What a coincidence that eight of the individuals named in the permit for the January 6 MAGA rally that turned hideously violent had close ties to the White House.
Among people who don’t want a vaccine, about 4 in 10 say they’re concerned about catching COVID-19 from the shot.
Not that this should come to a surprise to anyone.
We'd expect generated Clinton controversy from right- leaning publications, but not the AP.
There was a social media outcry over the AP's superdelegate story.
Oklahoma recently threatened to pull all funding for Advanced Placement because their revised AP tests weren't patriotic. Take this AP quiz and decide for yourself if isn't fair and balanced.
Vile comments and trolls have been a staple of Internet communities from day one. We're no closer to a solution for it today.
The press is clutching their pearls over the revelation that the Obama administration subpoenaed phone records of AP reporters, but how much privacy can any of us expect nowadays?
The AP says they didn't have access to the information for which they were investigated.
Someone thought it would be cute to hack the AP's Twitter Account and post a message that the White House had been bombed. Markets reacted quickly. Too quickly.
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