Facebook has more users in India than anywhere else. It's now dealing with a hate speech crisis
Facebook is facing multiple simultaneous controversies in the United States, particularly around disinformation, hate speech and political bias. But those issues are also playing out — sometimes in more sinister ways — around the world, including a country where Facebook has more users than anywhere else.
Dems weigh how to handle Trump's potential SCOTUS pick after past flap over Barrett's faith
In a tense exchange between Amy Coney Barrett and Sen. Dianne Feinstein in 2017, the California Democrat sharply questioned whether the judicial nominee could separate her Catholic views from her legal opinions.
White House liaisons being removed from their jobs and replaced
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows emailed government agencies informing them that many of the White House liaisons are being removed from their roles in anticipation of President Donald Trump winning a second term, CNN has learned.
Fight over Supreme Court already shaking up Senate races
The brawl over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's successor began before her body was buried. Within hours of her death on Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, "President Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate."
The endorsement follows McCain's appearance in a video about Biden's relationship with her late husband at the Democratic National Convention
Cindy McCain, the widow of longtime Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, is set to endorse Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee told donors Tuesday.
CEOs and unions come together in 11th hour plea for Congress to save airline jobs
CEOs and union leaders joined together Tuesday to plead with Congress for another $28 billion in federal help for the battered airline industry, saying that 100,000 good paying jobs in the industry will be lost next week without the help.