Meta has announced they will begin a payment verification service called Meta Verified. It is first being tested in Australia and New Zealand.
The lesson of 2016 is easily forgotten: never underestimate spite voters.
The gender ideology movement has become extremely influential (and extremely radical!), but how much do the activists we see on college campuses and teaching elementary schools actually represent transgender people?
This guide takes an in-depth look at FOIA history and the importance of exercising your right to know.
Haley’s official declaration, done from a dais in bucolic Charleston, SC, was about as boilerplate as burgers on Independence Day.
There are very few forces known to man more destructive than gray-suited bureaucrats believing that they must do something and that they are properly equipped to do so.
As inflation rages on, many people regard cryptocurrency as a silver bullet to escape the tyranny of fiat currency. But what happens when government tries to take over that tool for its own purposes?
Eggs, despite their airy blandness, were once considered a luxury indulgence. And over time, with amped up production, we’ve been able to produce so many that their relative price has plummeted.
The U.S. Constitution permits such seizures in the interests of “public use,” though not “without just compensation.”
Matt Kibbe is joined by artists Sean Robinson and Carson Grubaugh to discuss and debate whether we should be optimistic or pessimistic about artificial intelligence’s role in the creative sphere.