The case was called the "tax case of the millennium" by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Jess Phillips is calling for the ability to sue tech giants like Twitter and Facebook for allowing a disturbing number of anonymous trolls to send her hundreds of violent threats every day.
The Pokémon Company announced the next Pokémon games for Nintendo Switch during a press conference. Here are some details you may have missed about "Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee."
A new trailer for "Red Dead Redemption 2" will release this Wednesday.
A 16-year-old was arrested for possession of a pipe bomb and other weapons after making threats to kill students online.
All the ways you can watch the 1993 film over and over and over again.
Unlike last year, NBC will, in fact, be live streaming the Golden Globes online (for those with a cable login).
When caught, he admitted that his life was "totally over."
If you don't want to stand in the cold for hours with no public bathrooms, there are some other options.
The Israeli government will set up a non-profit to combat the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement in the court of public opinion.
Chinese tech giant Tencent will urge players to remember "traditional culture and moral rules" while shooting one another in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
TransTeleKom, owned by Russia's state-run railroad company, is giving North Koreans an internet boost at a time when they likely need it the most.
Brookings found a majority of students want their schools to be "safe spaces" where "offensive" speech is prohibited
Radical leftists imposed a $600,000 tax on conservative speech at Berkeley.