Politics

Facebook upholds decision to ban Donald Trump from its platforms

On Wednesday, Facebook’s oversight board ruled to uphold the social network’s decision to ban former President Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts. Back in January, Facebook had removed former President Donald Trump from their social networking platforms for allegedly “inciting violence” at the Capitol. The Washington Post reports that Facebook’s[Read More…]

Biden administration reportedly planning to “confront” states that sign “anti-trans” bills into law

According to The Daily Beast, the Biden administration wants to “confront” states that sign “anti-trans” bills into law. “At the time of writing, 253 anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in the current legislative session. 124 of the bills are anti-trans, including 66 focused on playing sports, 33 focused on access to[Read More…]

Official reports show President Biden’s first address to Congress received smallest audience in decades

Around 27 million people watched President Joe Biden’s first address to a joint session of Congress on April 28th, drawing a smaller audience than most other comparable presidential addresses in recent history. According to Nielsen, President Biden’s speech drew about 26.9 million viewers which measured the event’s audience on 16[Read More…]