"@MagnumIceCream your advert comparing the potential to be killed if you're gay to the guilty pleasure of eating a Magnum is disgusting, racist and homophobic. Please withdraw it immediately."
"They were innocent. And the system failed them."
The ads are depicting Democratic candidates as "dangerous and outside the mainstream."
Newsweek officials have "ambitious plans" for the magazine—and say they wouldn't do business with Bannon in any case.
Russia's Foreign Ministry has vowed to "surprise" Washington if Kremlin-funded outlets are blocked and accused Twitter of being beholden to the U.S. security agencies.
The social media giant has outdone market expectations and advertisers keep lining up despite Russian propaganda ads controversy.
The president also again goes after Hillary Clinton, pointing out that her campaign spent more than his in 2016.
Microsoft is investigating Bing ad sales as part of an investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
The world's biggest ad platform is planning its own ad blocker.
Matt Brittin, Google's Europe head, acknowledged that ads appeared next to extremist content.
The BBC, the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy also reportedly had ads appear alongside extremist content.
Some football fans called for people to #BoycottBud, over Budweiser's ad about immigrant co-founder.
A California judge granted a motion to dismiss criminal charges against three of Backpage's top officials: Carl Ferrer, Michael Lacey and James Larkin.
Supermarket giant to allow customers to lower monthly phone bills by watching adverts.
Advocates applaud Google's decision to ban ads for payday loans from its search results.