A state senate candidate in Michigan praised federal lawmakers for challenging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on alleged censorship after his own campaign annoucement was blocked.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz grilled Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg over claims his social media platform was not indeed a neutral public forum.
Tucker Carlson had a heated debate with civil rights attorney Brian Claypool over tech companies allegedly caving to the left and cracking down on free speech.
You may remember the story of a New Jersey high school that came under fire after President Trump's campaign logo and slogan were digitally removed from two students' yearbook photos and another student's quote from the president was also excluded.
The AP Stylebook, published by The Associated Press, is intended to provide universal guidelines for journalists when it comes to stylistic things like punctuation, capitalization and using certain words over others.
President Trump and the director of his campaign thanked the New Jersey high school students who reported a quote and logo featuring Trump's name removed from their class yearbooks.
A Kentucky school production of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” has sparked outrage among parents, after the play was changed to remove all references to religion.
An eighth-grader was sent home from school for wearing a t-shirt honoring fallen troops—because it had a gun on it.
On Kilmeade and Friends radio show, Brian Kilmeade interviewed Stuart Varney, who recently made a fun, hilarious and "controversial" guest appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
The Chinese government has reportedly blocked Google and some other Internet services ahead of an important day in Chinese history.