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Amazon charges sellers as much as $5,000 a month for customer service if they want a guarantee that they’ll be able to talk to a real person
Some third-party sellers on Amazon have accused it of enriching itself and hurting consumers through its role as both a marketplace and retailer.
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham told Insider, "The President asked that Bolton's resignation be given to him this morning. It was."
Trump administration goes on attack-mode against Washington Post reporters, suggesting they should be banned from the White House
This is the administration's latest attempt to aim at banning specific journalists from the White House.
Fonda wrote that she feels "scared" of the current political climate and wanted to take action to connect with fellow voters for the 2020 election.
Bernie Sanders jabbed the Washington Post, claiming it doesn’t support him because of his battles with Jeff Bezos
Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron responded to Bernie Sanders, saying Jeff Bezos allows the Post full independence.
Facebook is reportedly offering news publishers up to $3 million a year to license articles for an upcoming news section
After suffering criticism for its role in spreading fake news and misinformation, Facebook is looking to license real news.
‘We are patriots’: More than 140 African American who worked in the Obama administration write an op-ed calling for end to discrimination ...
Signatories include Valerie Jarrett, Obama's former senior adviser. It addresses local, state, and federal officials, as well as the 2020 candidates.
Trump’s Wharton admissions officer says the president was no ‘super genius’ and that it wasn’t that hard to get into the Ivy L...
"I certainly was not struck by any sense that I'm sitting before a genius. Certainly not a super genius," Trump's Wharton admissions officer said.
There's still over a year until Election Day and a lot could change in the coming months, but Trump's reelection campaign is in a solid position.
2 key Homeland Security officials pushed back on a plan to arrest thousands of migrants in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles before they were pushed ...
Former DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's and head of ICE Ronald Vitiello's reason for pushing back was logistical, according to The Washington Post.