Podcast creator R.J. Cutler tells Truthdig he's flooded with material to work with in making satirical fun of what goes down inside the Trump White House every week.
Banning the right-wing conspiracy theorist and his show comes a day after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testifies before Congress about alleged bias against conservatives on the platform.
Facebook immediately used the precedent it set with far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to switch its sights on the left, temporarily shutting down the Occupy London page and deleting the anti-fascist No Unite the Right account.
In recent days, Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify have removed material published by Alex Jones, reflecting a more aggressive enforcement of hate speech policies in the wake of social media protests.
The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who upended prior interpretations of the amendment, left a tantalizing loophole for advocates of gun regulation.
For all the hype, the Nunes memo was a legal dud that may cost the congressman from California.
The directors of "Get Me Roger Stone" recall their documentary journey with the man who plotted Donald Trump's rise.
The roots of racism run deep in America. Trump's presidency has emboldened right-wingers and white supremacists to fight to preserve their legacy.
The "Last Week Tonight" host sets aside some of Jones' most heinous comments to shed light on less-discussed aspects of the right-winger's show.