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The entire Shaun White episode is a clear example of why the International Olympic Committee's policy against sexual misconduct is inadequate, says Kara Alaimo. [Read More]
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Cynthia Nixon is reportedly mulling a long-shot run--good news, says Kara Alaimo. She is educated, a longtime advocate on educational reform--and every bit as qualified... [Read More]
If you're ever expecting a child, Target wants to be one of the first to know. The company has invested in research to identify pregnant... [Read More]
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In Europe, internet users will soon get to decide how their online activity is tracked. The U.S. should follow suit. [Read More]
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On Tuesday, the Library of Congress announced it's going to stop archiving all tweets. Instead, it will only record a selection of them. [Read More]
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Earlier this month, a 10-year-old asked Melania Trump where she would most want to go for the holidays. "A deserted island," she replied. The first... [Read More]
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But not to a "deserted island." [Read More]
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If government can't guarantee web traffic gets equal treatment, maybe the private sector can. [Read More]
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Done wrong, it destroys lives. Done right, it benefits almost everyone. [Read More]
The whole reason America has such a problem with sexual misconduct is precisely because of this bro culture: powerful men acting like rules of appropriate... [Read More]
We should definitely trim our Facebook friends list, but hitting the unfriend button shouldn't be about political differences though, writes Kara Alaimo. [Read More]
Twitter evaluates behavior on whether it is "newsworthy and in the legitimate public interest," but prioritizing newsworthiness over whether something is abusive isn't in the... [Read More]
The president sometimes contradicts himself and his own State Department, as when he tweeted that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was "wasting his time" trying... [Read More]
The president's brand of bravado doesn't always translate well abroad. Here's how global leaders can make sense of it. [Read More]
CEOs can boost interest by investing in their own messaging. Here are four ways to do it. [Read More]
Political consultants can target voters discreetly through social media. A little transparency would be welcome. [Read More]
The web doesn't have to be a cesspool of sexism. The viral #MeToo campaign shows one way to fight back. [Read More]
Fired CBS executive Hayley Geftman-Gold's Facebook post should be a lesson for both employees in policing what they share on social media and employers in... [Read More]
The new 280-character limit could make Twitter less elite -- and more civil. [Read More]
The congressman's remark alluding to women in his caucus as "eye candy" drew backlash that should not be dismissed as humorless or politically correct. Such... [Read More]
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