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Parents group sends letter to Facebook CEO over alleged censorship, pushes for 'fair and equal treatment'
Moms for Liberty co-founders Tiffany Justice Tina Descovich and joined 'Fox & Friends First' to discuss the alleged censorship and why they believe they are being targeted.
Louisiana-based ambulance company hopes to offer solution to EMS labor crisis: 'Could mean life or death'
The national shortage of EMTs and paramedics is crippling ambulance services across the U.S. Louisiana-based Acadian Ambulance hopes to offer a solution.
Valentine’s Day is a day when we think of others. It’s also the perfect day to spread love to people who are facing their own set of challenges.
Cameras can exaggerate certain features and give you a different appearance than what you see in the mirror. That's why you need to be strategic when you pose.
Samuel Chapman and Dr. Laura Berman on their efforts to hold Snapchat accountable after their son was sold fentanyl-laced drugs through the app.
Valentine’s Day is a great day to show your thanks and appreciation to former and current service members.
Robotic umpires that use an automated system for determining ball and strike calls will now be used in Triple-A baseball for the 2022 season, MLB officials announced.
TechRadar's U.S. editor-in-chief Lance Ulanoff explains how 5G technology could interfere with air travel safety on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'
A judge rules the FTC’s antitrust lawsuit against Facebook can proceed; Main Street Asset Management CIO Erin Gibbs, Geltrude & Company founder Dan Geltrude and former Dallas Fed adviser Danielle DiMartino Booth debate.
It's a bit stomach-turning when you think about the germs, viruses, grime, and other crud covering our devices.
In a letter to CBP earlier this week, two U.S. senators called for authorities to allow Americans to opt out of facial recognition at airports.
Yahoo rejects GOP Senate candidate's 'Let's Go Brandon' ad, calls it 'overly inflammatory and offensive'
Arizona Senate candidate Jim Lamon slammed the tech giant for not allowing his "Let's Go Brandon" themed ad on its platform.