Following sanctions issued by the Trump administration, Iran recently announced their own set of sanctions against United States-based companies, further complicating diplomatic relations between the two countries.
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd called upon WhatsApp and apps like it to make their platforms accessible to law enforcement and intelligence services, following an attack near Britain's parliament that left four people dead.
A pair of teenage girls flying under a special pass program were prevented from boarding a United Airlines flight Sunday for failing to meet the airline's dress code, prompting accusations of a double standard.
Infowars owner and conservative talk show host Alex Jones issued an apology Friday for spreading a theory about illicit activity by a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant. Will this make readers, and propagandists, take caution?
The former reality star received $32,000 for a comedy appearance at Rutgers University in 2011, more than the school paid Nobel-prize winning author Toni Morrison was paid to deliver the school's commencement address in the same year.
Some of the new vetting guidelines sent by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson were later withdrawn. One big change includes mandatory social media checks for anyone who has ever entered territory occupied by the Islamic State militant group.