A tweet comparing the crowds watching Tiger Woods play in 2002 versus 2018 shows now nearly all the fans filming the action via their smartphones. Here a few other experiences now taken over by our the gadget.
The singer remembers "seven years of poverty and borrowing off our parents."
President Donald Trump is asserting that his former personal lawyer's taping of their private phone conversations is "totally unheard of & perhaps illegal."
The CNN host ripped the president and the White House for their latest damage control attempt. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
The tech giants have faced questions of conservative censorship for months, repeatedly insisting their platforms are neutral. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
The Swedes, who heartily dislike Trump, may soon give his anti-immigrant allies their best election result ever. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
For investors worried about the risk of a concentrated stock position, options can reduce their exposure in a tax-efficient way. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
California Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday signed data privacy legislation aimed at giving consumers more control over how companies collect and manage their personal information. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Ahead of anticipated U.S. midterm elections, Facebook and Twitter announced new databases to provide clarity over what ads are running on their platforms and who is purchasing them. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Protests began in Iran’s capital on Sunday, sparked by shop owners shutting their doors to voice their anger at the plummeting Iranian rial. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Thousands of children have been separated from their parents in recent weeks under Trump’s zero tolerance policy. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
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