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The streaming platform now has its eye on a much bigger prize.
Internal documents unearthed by a new lawsuit suggest Facebook knew its video-view metrics were bogus, but scared publishers into changing their editorial strategies anyway. Did thousands of people lose their jobs over a mistake?
Washington insiders believe the Defense secretary’s days are numbered—and that Trump didn’t come up with the idea that Mattis is a Democrat on his own. “I think somebody put that thought in his mind,” a former administration official says. “That wasn’t a kind of spur-of-the-moment,...
Edge of Seventeen writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig is on board to adapt the classic novel.
The just-married princess “liked” a surprising photo.
In a novel about life-or-death decisions, the writer and military veteran tries to answer universal questions about faith and love.
The president has an “instinct” for science, and it’s telling him that climate change is a hoax.
The network is developing a show based on the brothers’ memoir—with a title that might annoy the Olsen twins.
He’s wearing a ring. A ring? A ring!
Her latest Instagram post has an Old Taylor vibe, with a new serious tone.
Executive producer Maril Davis talks the perils of recreating the New World: “You’re never going to get the heat and humidity of North Carolina in Scotland.”
After a rough weekend, the singer has announced that she’s saying “bye-bye again to the Internet.”
Meanwhile, Turkish officials have unearthed even more grim details of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder.
The special counsel will reportedly release key findings from the Russia probe shortly after the midterms.
According to one staffer, the newsroom hasn’t felt this galvanized since the earliest days of the Russia investigation.
Khashoggi’s disappearance represents Trump’s latest frank disregard for ethical consideration. It’s enough to force us to decide which sort of foreign policy is worse: one wrapped in sanctimony or one wrapped in cynicism. Is there another way?
Canadian mayoral candidate Faith Goldy has promoted “white genocide” and recited the “14 words” on a podcast. To Steve King, that makes her “a fighter for our values.”
Hardwicke helmed a vampire blockbuster that started a Y.A. craze—then watched as male director after male director got hired over her. “That was a heartbreak for me,” she says.