"I think it depends on his state of mind when he leaves. He doesn't seem to have much self-control, that could mean he gets banned very quickly," academic Paul Bernal told Newsweek.
A video has surfaced of Bannon calling for Dr. Anthony Fauci and FBI director Chris Wray to be beheaded.
"I think young people right now have a very activist, disciplined mindset and they are not here with the intent of voting for their favorite person," Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday on CNN.
As negotiations over a potential Oracle-Walmart deal simmer, a Trump administration order that could remove TikTok from Apple and Google app stores is looming.
Kenney was pictured inside a Maryland restaurant while his home city restricts diners from doing the same.
A slide, allegedly taken during a diversity training session at a plant, has caused many Republicans to speak out against the tire company.
Creators have begun sharing videos to Reels. Many are using the new platform for unique takes on similar content that they were creating on TikTok.
The WeChat executive order's fine print was ultimately vague, rumbling financial markets and indicating that after 45 days any transactions via WeChat from anyone inside the U.S. would be outlawed.
Microsoft said it is "committed to acquiring TikTok subject to a complete security review and providing proper economic benefits to the United States, including the United States Treasury."
"The biggest finding is that TikTok doesn't have suspicious behavior when it uploads logs," cyber researcher Baptiste Robert told Newsweek. "The logs don't contain personal data, or at least nothing unusual."
As President Donald Trump puts pressure on the Chinese-owned video app, U.S. technology giant Microsoft eyes a possible deal. The catch? It reportedly has about 45 days to work it out.
"As far as TikTok is concerned we're banning them from the United States," President Donald Trump said Friday.
In a statement, Twitter clarified that it does not consider the Star of David a hate symbol, but it has seen the yellow star and yellow badge used to target Jewish people.
Like Huawei before it, TikTok has been flagged as a national security concern by elected officials who have called for investigations into how it handles U.S. user data.
Don't worry, TikTok wasn't shutdown by the U.S. government. Those glitches and outages on Thursday were just service issues.
President Donald Trump confirmed this week that U.S. officials are currently considering a ban on the short form video application, which is owned by Chinese tech company ByteDance.
Senator James Lankford said he supports passing federal legislation to ban the use of police chokeholds across the United States.
The senator from Arkansas said it's a "scandal" that American universities have "trained the Communist Party's brightest minds."
"Maybe it's worth giving a look to see if that list could be amended, to mitigate that odd news story that keeps coming up like a bad penny," Lisa Rasmussen, president of the Wausau City Council, said of the 1962 ordinance.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed a bill that would prohibit municipalities from restricting the use of plastic bags.
Chlorpyrifos is a widely used chemical product used on a variety of crops such as soya beans, alfafa, citrus, almonds, cotton, grapes and walnuts.
ESPN bans discussing politics
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the ban was needed as a "deterrent to radical behavior" following months of anti-government protests.
"We are definitely not banning conservative politics. Hate groups and intolerance are different from other types of political positions," a Ravelry blog post said.
The communist party dismissed the program as "an ideological tool" and called on the government to file a libel case against HBO.
According to Pew Research Center, 81 percent of American parents let their children watch YouTube.
"It's a huge step, first and foremost for LGBT youth," a co-sponsor of one of the bills said.
Roscosmos says the U.S. wants to "destroy" Russian-American relations in space.
"The use of the word 'heartbeat' is intentionally misleading and manipulative," one doctor told Newsweek.