Facebook has known its algorithms encourage antisocial behavior for years and done little to stop it. Malice is its moneymaker.
Forget Twitter, the Trump campaign's frivolous lawsuits are next-level threats to the First Amendment
Trump's campaign sued a small TV station that ran an anti-Trump ad. The suit will probably fail, but bogus lawsuits can cause financial ruin.
Twitter provides greater transparency into lawmakers' thinking. That's a good thing, especially when they're metaphorically showing their rear ends.
Whether or not Tara Reade's accusation is true, it is certainly credible, and people working to discredit her are telling on themselves.
The US has suffered thousands of losses and spent trillions of dollars in Afghanistan and has nothing to show for it.
Areas where Trump won in 2016 are viewing the coronavirus as an economic problem, while areas where Clinton won see it as a public-health issue.
The New Deal made America's racial inequality worse. We can't make the same mistake with COVID-19 economic crisis.
The federal level response to the pandemic must promote economic growth while addressing America's long-standing racial and economic disparities
COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on nurses — here's how we can be there for them, just as they've been here for us
Maureen White is the chief nursing officer at Northwell Health, which has treated the most COVID-19 patients in the US.
As unemployment soars, so do bankruptcies. Unless creditors and Congress do something to help, it could be terrible for the US economy.
The GOP threats to end the pandemic boost to unemployment checks would cause a disaster for the US economy
The boost to unemployment insurance is scheduled to run out at the end of July. Republicans are threatening to let it expire. That'd be a mistake.
We're doctors on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. This is what we tell patients who want to know if it's safe to return to normal activities once government restrictions are lifted.
"There isn't a blanket recommendation for everyone: This is about understanding your personalized risk."
New Zealand is using the pandemic as an excuse to try out the four-day work week. We should use COVID-19 to try creative ideas like that.
People are attacking Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for holding dinners with donors and conservative media types, but the dinners are not a big deal.
American liquor distilleries shifted gears to help in the fight against coronavirus. Now Congress should help them.
Hundreds of distilleries around the US helped make hand sanitizer to fight the coronavirus, now these businesses need help to survive the pandemic.
Shortages of key goods during the coronavirus pandemic revealed America's dangerous dependence on foreign countries.
The pandemic exposed the dangers of US companies relying on global suppliers. Congress needs to address the problem before the threat gets worse.
Baseless conspiracy theories out of Trumpworld barely make a ripple anymore, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook wants more people to work from home, but there are too many career advantages for workers to give up on the office.
Reopening restaurants and barber shops won't get the economy going again. Tackling the coronavirus public-health crisis will.
The $100 billion Vision Fund was supposed to disrupt the venture industry. Instead, it's proven to be a cautionary — and costly —tale.
Trump is using the coronavirus as a cover to bully the government's watchdogs into submission. It's shameful and dangerous.
Trump is using the fog of the coronavirus pandemic to wage an all-out assault on oversight, and signal to his base that he's infallible.
New investors are storming an erratic, uncertain market while all of planet Earth is desperate for a pharmaceutical breakthrough. What could go wrong?
Americans who make it through the coronavirus pandemic should be allowed to get alcohol delivered and as takeout for the rest of their lives.
Trump has been making life hard for Ford since 2016. His reluctance to wear a mask for a plant visit this week is just the latest example.
Trump has long been clueless about the US auto industry, which he sees as symbolic and politically useful.
There are reports that states are changing their coronavirus case count data. This needs to end — quickly.
Come on, Trump! Be transparent, like Obama! Open up the White House logs and let us know who's visiting you!
President Trump won a court case that will allow the White House visitors logs to stay sealed, but he should be transparent and open them up anyway.
Anti-mask zealots are confused. It's not about 'freedom.' It's about being responsible and considerate to your fellow citizens.
Hate wearing a mask? Me, too. But you should still do it for the health of your friends and neighbors.
Economic activity is starting to recover. Officially 'reopening' actually doesn't make much difference.
US economic activity is starting to recover already and it seems "reopening" actually doesn't matter much difference.
Trump's decision to take hydroxychloroquine is more reasonable than it sounds as long as he consulted his doctor.
The WHO certainly made mistakes during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, but President Trump's attacks on the organization are too far.
States that reopened early like Georgia, Texas, Colorado, and Tennessee aren't seeing any significant economic boost compared to the rest of the US.
Depression is the wolf at the door, but the coronavirus quarantines made it a roommate. For many adults, the pandemic is harming their mental health.
Facebook's big purchase of Giphy is a match made in heaven. Both companies made the web boring and predictable.
Encouraging signs about one potential coronavirus vaccine from Moderna came after bad news about Oxford's potential drug.
I'm a high school principal in Hong Kong — this is what US families can expect distance learning to look like in a few months
"The government in Hong Kong closed schools in early January, meaning we're a solid couple of months further along than most American schools."
IBM decided not to lay off workers during the Great Depression and it helped them seize the moment and dominate the industry for decades.
The Trump administration has turned the idea of an impartial White House economist into a partisan farce
Economists disagree all the time, but in good faith. However, Trump White House's economists have turned their analysis into a partisan exercise.
I'm a restaurant owner and entrepreneur who helped develop Georgia's reopening guidelines. Here's what the future of the restaurant industry will look like.
The industry is going to be very different for a long time, but there's a good chance that a "restaurant renaissance" will come out of the pandemic.
Biden could end up copying too much from Bernie Sanders or Trump could turn the pandemic to his advantage.
Political conventions are absurd, self-satisfied orgies of conformity and journalistic navel-gazing. And yet they still matter.
The pandemic may drag on, but the best way we can deal with it is to be kind to one another and do the best we can.
Nearly 27 million Americans are losing health coverage because of the coronavirus pandemic. Employer-based healthcare is a safety net full of holes.
There's a frightening loophole in the COVID-19 treatment plan, and my 81-year-old father and thousands of other elderly patients have fallen through it
Masks, six-foot distances, and hand-washing means nothing if positive patients are being released into the general population.
Trump is spinning the reopening in his political favor. Democrats need a smart reopening plan, or the GOP will paint them as the party of lockdowns.
The hit to the US economy from the coronavirus could stick around for years after the pandemic is over
In order to prevent GDP growth from being trapped on a slower path, Congress needs to step up and get aid to state governments and to Americans.
Trump's penchant for cronyism kept him insulated from reality as a businessman, but now he's president and there's no hiding from the coronavirus.
Republicans will agree to another pandemic rescue package, but it may not look exactly like the House Democrats' $3 trillion relief package.
When authoritarians don't like reality, they just create their own. Sometimes that works for Donald Trump. Let's see if it works for the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has proved that the idea of American exceptionalism is over. We need to realize this.
Frontline workers are being needlessly exposed to COVID-19. Neither the Trump administration nor the top worker-safety watchdog are protecting them.
After a horrific month in which nearly 21 million Americans lost their jobs, why is the stock market still going up?
Investors think that, even though the unemployment numbers look bad, the US economy has hit bottom already and will get better from here.