Here's yet another reason to be concerned about the implications of AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner: The Daily Beast has detailed a sophisticated surveillance program created by AT&T that has been covertly providing U.S. law enforcement with consumers' data. And guess who profits from "Project Hemisphere"?
To add insult to lethal injury, Zimmerman responded to questions on how Trayvon Martin's family might feel about the gun auction by criticizing their parenting. To add insult to lethal injury, Zimmerman responded to questions on how Trayvon Martin's family might feel about the gun auction by criticizing their parenting.
Glenn Greenwald: Daily Beast 'Intellectually Bankrupt' for Smearing People for What They Don't Write
Editors of The Intercept found the author of a Daily Beast article, accusing the global left of being silent on abuses by Russia, to be hypocritically “completely silent" on a “wide array of severe global injustices.”
VIDEO: Newt Gingrich: GOP Can't 'Starve' Trump, Dems May Pick 'First Open Socialist in Modern Times'
Newt Gingrich got out his crystal ball to make his prognostications about the 2016 presidential contest. So what did the former GOP speaker of the House see?
Laborers were bused in -- some wearing jeans and flip-flops -- and told they had to run the race, which was a failed effort to break the Guinness World Record for the largest marathon.
A startlingly vigilant new television by Samsung, the SmartTV, monitors what people say through a voice activation feature and, as it's handily interfacing with the Internet, might just share that information with third parties.
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Missouri congressman and Senate hopeful Todd Akin's ideas on abortion in rape cases dominated the political conversation this week when the Romney campaign was just hitting its stride on the issues it wants to talk about: the cost of Obamacare and a lagging economy. The "Left, Right & Center" commentators give their take on these matters and more in the show's latest installment.
The tone of this Daily Beast article -- starting with the title, "Crazy Chick Flicks" -- is a tad flip with a touch of lad mag, but the idea that several actresses who've played women not fully in command of their mental faculties does hold up under scrutiny .
The commission to study how to get federal debt under control floated a trial balloon when it released recommendations by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles and it seems that just about nobody likes or believes what they're saying.