FILE PHOTO: Shoppers are reflected in the window of a retail store in the Taikoo Li Sanlitun fashionable shopping area in Beijing November 16, 2014.
Archives for June 27, 2019
Twitter plans to place a disclaimer on future tweets from world leaders that break its rules but which Twitter decides are in the “public interest,” the company said in a blog post Thursday. This policy change could face its most prominent test in President Trump.
SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter has long said it is unlikely to take down politicians’ most vitriolic tweets — including President Trump’s — but it now plans to label them if they break its rules.
The Supreme Court’s conservatives decided Thursday that federal courts do not have a role to play in deciding whether partisan gerrymandering goes too far, giving a dominant political party in a state leeway to draw electoral maps that preserve or even expand its power.
With the first primary debates of the 2020 U.S. presidential election scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday of this week, the candidates recently began unveiling foreign-policy platforms.