Laura Ingraham called out Google executives for expressing their displeasure with the election of Donald Trump, but at the same time working with China's communist government.
In an exclusive report Monday night, Tucker Carlson said that a newly revealed email from inside Google shows the tech giant was biased for Hillary Clinton and against Donald Trump during the 2016 election.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump is right to accuse Google, Facebook and Twitter of anti-conservative bias, and he says those big tech companies have three choices: mitigation, litigation or regulation.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened Google, alleging that the Internet giant’s search engine is biased against conservative media and promising that the situation “will be addressed.”
Turning Point USA's Charlie Kirk believes liberal tech giants are silencing conservatives because the left is feeling threatened heading into November's midterm elections.
Big tech companies are under fire, as conservatives are alleging censorship on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Steve Hilton said Sunday that Google is helping its number one enemy, and floating away in a "giant balloon of arrogance, untethered to any notions of loyalty or ethics."
Google has designed an artificial intelligence computer system that can reportedly predict with extreme accuracy whether patients will die within 24 hours of being admitted to the hospital.
Syndicated radio talk show host, author and creator of Prager University Dennis Prager joined Tucker Carlson Monday night to discuss his lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google.
Tucker Carlson reported that YouTube, through its parent organization Google, is enlisting "trusted flaggers" to delete questionable video content from its platform.
In the latest installment in his investigation into how Silicon Valley is clandestinely interacting with Americans, Tucker Carlson sent a reporter around the District of Columbia to see how Google was tracking him.
Tucker Carlson highlighted the extent to which big technology companies seek to control our daily lives, zeroing in on several Google patent applications.