The leak of the Supreme Court's draft opinion is the latest in a long line of events committed to uncovering the truth and subsequently holding those in power accountable.
The complaint claims that the President of the United States owes at least $127,000 in back taxes and violated federal tax laws.
Tyler Shultz was one of the early whistleblowers at the now-defunct and disgraced Silicon Valley start-up Theranos, founded by Elizabeth Holmes.
Activists Sergey Savelyev and Pierre Haffner were arrested for trespassing on the French villa owned by Katerina Tikhonova.
Whistleblowing isn't going away.
Haugen has accused the company of not doing enough to combat hate speech, misinformation and other potentially harmful content on its platforms.
A top engineer at Boeing alleges that the company refuses to admit fault in its safety oversight processes years after two crashes killed more than 340 people.
"I encourage you to move forward with eyes open to the consequences of reform," Frances Haugen said at a hearing by a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee.
More than 1 million vehicles were subject to recall for the issue, which could cause engines to freeze up or catch fire.
"They keep making unforced errors," Frances Haugen told the Associated Press. "They keep making things that prioritize their own profits over our safety."
"I came forward now, because now is the most critical time to act," former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen told U.K. lawmakers.
The app has previously denied allegations it used staff members to pose as citizens at incidents and said the staffer was at the Capitol of "his own volition."
Along with Facebook, users are reporting that Facebook-owned apps Instagram and WhatsApp are also down.
For years, Big Tech corporations have perpetuated a big lie about mental health—but their dangerous deception has finally been exposed.
"I don't know any tech company that sets out to build products that make people angry or depressed," Zuckerberg said.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen accused the social network of putting profits before safety after reports claim Instagram knew it was "toxic" for teenage girls.
Facebook said it continues "to make significant improvements to tackle the spread of misinformation and harmful content."
The Harvard University graduate alleged that Facebook is aware its social media platforms are used to spread hate, violence and misinformation.
Brian Murphy, a Homeland Security official under Trump, said another four years of the former president would be "a disaster."
The anti-abortion website violated the web hosting terms of service because it asked people to share strangers' personal medical details.
"The legal question of Mr. Hale's guilt is settled, but the moral question remains open," Omar wrote. "I strongly believe that a full pardon, or at least a commutation of his sentence, is warranted."
"If we don't talk about this now, we are going to sleepwalk into this conflict," Gayl said of a potential military action between the U.S. and China.
"Rebekah Jones is the Typhoid Mary of COVID-19 disinformation and has harmed many hardworking DOH employees with her defamatory conspiracy theories," a statement from Gov. Ron DeSantis' office said.
Many called for the intelligence specialist to be pardoned by Trump before Snowden, noting that Winner is in prison while Snowden remains free in Russia.
"What we see is an increasing tendency to silence journalists who say things that are in the minority," Edward Snowden said.
Former Homeland Security Department chief of staff says he heard the vice president praise former aide Olivia Troye, whom he later called a "disgruntled employee" when she criticized Trump.
"No matter how hard you work and what you do, the president is going to do something detrimental to keeping Americans safe," former Homeland Security advisor Olivia Troye said.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform called for an investigation into "shocking allegations of medical atrocities" at the ICE detention center.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the U.S. "has engaged in a program of mass human rights violations targeting immigrants."