Last summer, I was standing in a crowd of 60,000, on a hot summer's day in London, waiting for The Killers to come on stage, when a man - whose advances I'd rejected - took pictures of my crotch by putting his phone between my legs as I chatted to my sister blissfully unaware.
A few minutes later, I saw one of his friends looking at an intrusive picture of a woman's crotch covered by a thin strip of fabric.
News headlines about Model N (NYSE:MODN) have been trending somewhat positive on Tuesday, according to Accern Sentiment. Accern identifies positive and negative news coverage by reviewing more than twenty million news and blog sources in real time.
After seven seasons and more than 120 episodes, Shonda Rhimes' fixer-drama Scandal is signing off ABC for good April 19. The series broke new ground when it first premiered in April 2012 for its sharp-tongued characters, willingness to take on tough political topics, inclusive casting and ushering in a new era of appointment (and interactive) television by live-Tweeting.
(Natural News) If you're not familiar with the Starbucks racism fiasco that has ballooned into an exploding boycott of Starbucks coffee shops, RaceWar.news describes it as follows:
the [black] men were sitting and chatting at a table for less than 15 minutes before employees of the store called the police.
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The nonviolent resistance of Indigenous water protectors against the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock has inspired a movement of sacred activism, rooting political action in spiritual reconnection. Sacred activism is a true light of hope in a world facing catastrophe, as it provides the spiritual foundation needed to unify people worldwide around a shared vision for global system change.
Two fun questions that nobody ever argues about! And who knows, maybe you don't think we need to. Maybe you feel pretty good about the 19 seats Democrats have flipped in the 93 special elections that have been held since 2016.
For those of you who have been wanting to find out what happens with Sam, Troy, Coco, Lionel, Gabe, Joelle, Reggie and their fellow students at Winchester University, your wait is almost over. Dear White People returns May 4 for its second season on Netflix.
Congress Social Media head, Divya Spandana is known to use some rather questionable tactics in her quest to hand Congress a social media makeover. Today, she has gone a step further and shared a photoshopped image of a newspaper, 'The Hindu', in a bid to malign the BJP and the Prime Minister.
By Maurice Obstfeld
April 17, 2018
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The world economy continues to show broad-based momentum. Against that positive backdrop, the prospect of a similarly broad-based conflict over trade presents a jarring picture.
Around 23 million Canadians use Facebook every month, and with elections looming in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick and a federal campaign next year, those users will no doubt be besieged by political ads on the social media platform.
But unlike on TV and radio, political ads online are not strictly regulated.
Sean, you've got some explaining to do Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. http://www.
The surprise firing of former FBI Director James Comey rocked the political world, and now he's re-entering the fray with some revelations that could send shockwaves of their own.
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Late afternoon on Sunday, Margaret Sullivan wrote a column arguing that Donald Trump might survive his own Saturday Night Massacre of firing Rod Rosenstein or Robert Mueller. The reason Trump might survive where Nixon didn't, she argues, is Sean Hannity.
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News broke on Monday that UK pub chain JD Wetherspoon will be shutting down their social media accounts due to their view on the current 'climate' of social media and the addictive nature of the platforms.
The company, that owns nearly 900 pubs across the UK, has made the decision to deactivate all of the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts of each of their establishments, as well as their head office, to dispel and discourage trolling of MPs and ethnic minorities online.
People who know less about politics are more confident about their political knowledge, according to research published in the scientific journal Political Psychology. The new study found that this effect was exacerbated when partisan identities were activated.
OpinionNow that tax day is upon us, consider that through the miracle of tax breaks some of your tax dollars will effectively be going to support groups that finance campaigns against same-sex marriage and gun safety. A number of these groups are also entitled to raise money from other sources for political purposes, without filing the disclosures that are required of other individuals and entities.
Right now the energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, is trying to do something serious, something voters would expect their elected governments to do - achieve a truce in the decade-long climate and energy wars.
You can take any position you like on Frydenberg's national energy guarantee, you can assert it's the cure for cancer, or a fourth-worst policy option hopelessly compromised by the delicate startle reflex of the Coalition party room - but one thing is beyond dispute.
Sean Hannity has wavered over the years on whether he is a journalist or conservative activist, but ethics specialists say that whichever hat the Fox News host was wearing last week when he condemned the FBI raid on attorney Michael Cohen's office, he should have disclosed that he's a client of Cohen's.
It doesn't matter if you're a newspaper reporter or an opinion journalist, said Indira Lakshmanan, the journalism ethics chair at the Poynter Institute.
Wouldn't it be nice if the well-being of our society didn't depend on the whims of billionaires? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. http://www.