Pro-war German media conglomerate Axel Springer, the “most serious” contender to buy the Huffington Post in the proposed sale of the magazine’s corporate parent, AOL, to Verizon, is notorious for inciting violence and hatred against leftists and Muslims. Pro-war German media conglomerate Axel Springer, the “most serious” contender to buy the Huffington Post in the proposed sale of the magazine’s corporate parent, AOL, to Verizon, is notorious for inciting violence and hatred against leftists and Muslims.
The surveillance state-friendly communications giant declared Tuesday that it will acquire AOL with the goal of expanding its video offerings. But the acquisition of the onetime king of media comes with much more than just videos; it comes with one of the biggest left-leaning websites online, The Huffington Post.
The new paradigm explodes restrictive categories and in their place offers greater freedom for both gay and straight couples.
To prove a hilarious point about how over-the-top headlines on news websites tend to be, the "Last Week Tonight" host takes a bat to the "Trojan donkeys of diabetes."
Riot police dispersed protesters with rubber bullets and tear gas in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday night. Among 16 people arrested were two journalists, Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post and Ryan Reilly of The Huffington Post.
A study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame teased out a positive correlation between educational segregation, which can relate to other divisive factors but isn't always interchangeable with them, and alignment with tea party ideology.
With some 40 percent of incarcerated youth held in private facilities, a Huffington Post investigation reveals abuse, neglect and other horrors visited upon American children in the name of profit.
Fearing a tea party insurrection, House Speaker John Boehner could step down pre-emptively after the 2014 midterm elections, current and former aides say.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Anthony Weiner's wife is reportedly taking a break from her job as Hillary Clinton's top aide and North Carolina's governor makes an insulting offer to protesters demonstrating against the state's recently signed-into-law abortion bill.
Stop panicking. Newspapers may come and go, but rich, time-consuming journalism is not dead. In fact, David Wood spent eight months working on the 10-part series that won him and the Huffington Post the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. Not exactly the celebrity blogs and Internet rehashing that once brought HuffPo scorn.