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Twitter aims to crack down on misinformation, including misleading posts about Ukraine
3 days ago by HongKongPhooey to /s/censorship from npr.org
NPR: Low-income people are still paying the steepest inflation prices (Inflation-fear fluff)
11 days ago by SoCo to /s/politics from npr.org
In Texas, abortion laws inhibit care for miscarriages
12 days ago by leached_outcrop to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
People believing conspiracy theories continues to grow and grow with social media fueling their unfounded beliefs. This forum is pretty bad as well it would seem.
17 days ago by [deleted] to /s/conspiracy from npr.org
You can now ask Google to take your personal data out of its search results
19 days ago by TheRealPanzer to /s/Internet from npr.org
Workers around the world mark May Day with rallies for better slavery..err..working conditions
20 days ago by HongKongPhooey to /s/LateStageCapitalism from npr.org
For the first time in 4 years, a litter of red wolf pups was born in the wild
27 days ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/news from npr.org
Fired Over Too Much Tupac? A Rap-Loving Bureaucrat From Iowa Says He Hopes Not
1 month ago by HongKongPhooey to /s/news from npr.org
New York Public Library makes banned books available for free
1 month ago by TheRealPanzer to /s/books from npr.org
Biden accuses Putin of committing a 'genocide' in Ukraine
1 month ago by HongKongPhooey to /s/propaganda from npr.org
NPR gives questionable data in article "What Fauci sees coming with the BA.2 coronavirus subvariant in the U.S."
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/ShitpostNews from npr.org
2 men impersonated federal agents to get close to the Secret Service, FBI says
1 month ago by pcpmasterrace to /s/news from npr.org
How To Get Kids To Do Chores: Does The Maya Method Work?
1 month ago by GeorgeCarlin to /s/Parenting from npr.org
That smiling LinkedIn profile face might be a computer-generated fake
1 month ago by GeorgeCarlin to /s/TechCompanies from npr.org
germany is building what's expected to become europe's largest military.
1 month ago by restlessincanada to /s/WorldNews from npr.org
President Biden said of Russian President Vladimir Putin: "For God's sake, this man cannot remain in power." A White House official downplayed the remarks that appeared to be a call to remove Putin. "He was not discussing Putin's power in Russia, or regime change," the White House official said.
1 month ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from npr.org
Putin demands 'unfriendly countries' pay for Russian gas in rubles
1 month ago by awdrifter to /s/WorldNews from npr.org
Russia plans to limit Instagram and label Meta an extremist group
2 months ago by Jackalope to /s/news from npr.org
North Korea all butt hurt Russia and Ukraine getting all the attention so they fire a ballistic missile in resumption of "testing" so they can get back into the news.
2 months ago by IkeConn to /s/ButtHurt from npr.org
Why Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons — and what that means in an invasion by Russia
2 months ago by jet199 to /s/WorldNews from npr.org
U.S. surgeon general says he and his family have all tested positive for COVID-19
3 months ago by Antarchomachus to /s/news from npr.org
A California Father Claims QAnon Conspiracy Led Him To Kill His 2 Children, FBI Says
3 months ago by Antarchomachus to /s/whatever from npr.org
A Canadian judge has frozen access to donations for the trucker convoy protest
3 months ago by Brewdabier to /s/news from npr.org
What the Joe Rogan podcast controversy says about the online misinformation ecosystem
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/politics from npr.org
Ted Cruz criticized for calling Jan. 6 a violent terrorist attack
4 months ago by Drewski to /s/politics from npr.org
25th US House Democrat Announces Retirement. Another rat deserts the sinking ship...
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/politics from npr.org
700 sheep and goats were arranged in the shape of a syringe to encourage vaccinations (Germany)
4 months ago by infocom6502 to /s/Coronavirus from npr.org
In the face of a disloyal military that may overthrow the government, a general of the sitting regime wants to begin ideological reeducation of soldiers
Why's NPR so racist?
5 months ago by BravoVictor to /s/politics from npr.org
NPR casually erases women from menstruation.
5 months ago by julesburm1891 to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
Pearl Harbor families are alarmed about petroleum found in their tap water
5 months ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/news from npr.org
2010: Twitter CEO Dick Costolo claims that “We’re the free speech wing of the free speech party.”
5 months ago by Chipit to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from npr.org
White supremacist rioter who assaulted cop on Jan 6 sentenced to three years in prison
6 months ago by ShalomEveryone to /s/politics from npr.org
TIL - Texas Roadhouse Founder Kent Taylor committed suicide because he suffered unbearable tinnitus caused by COVID-19.
6 months ago by Zapped to /s/TIL from npr.org
A U.S. submarine struck an underwater mountain last month, the Navy says
6 months ago by Drewski to /s/news from npr.org
Taliban will allow a national polio vaccine campaign in Afghanistan, says WHO : Goats and Soda : NPR
7 months ago by doginventer to /s/Coronavirus from npr.org
Pfizer to pay $430 million fine over illegal marketing. (2004)
7 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from npr.org
3 Tourists Allegedly Attacked A Hostess Who Asked For Vaccine Proof At A Restaurant
8 months ago by carn0ld03 to /s/USnews from npr.org
Pope Francis Is Urging The World's Nations To Take In Afghan Refugeeszapad
8 months ago by neomarxist_bullshit to /s/For_Slavs from npr.org
Forget Tiger Moms. Now China's 'Chicken Blood' Parents Are Pushing Kids To Succeed
8 months ago by ragnarkar to /s/China from npr.org
The Sackler Family Has Won Immunity From All Future Opioid Lawsuits
8 months ago by Rob3122 to /s/conspiracy from npr.org
CEO of Dr. Bronner's soaps is offering a $1,000 bonus to employees for getting vaccinated
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from npr.org
1st Carnivorous Plant Identified In 20 Years Grows Near Vancouver
9 months ago by Drewski to /s/science from npr.org
Tiny San Marino — Population 34,000 — Just Won Its First Ever Olympic Medal
9 months ago by carn0ld03 to /s/Sports from npr.org
Your Facebook Account Was Hacked. Getting Help May Take Weeks — Or $299
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/TechCompanies from npr.org
What Happened To The 9-Year-Old Smoking In Mary Ellen Mark's Photo?
9 months ago by jet199 to /s/Photography from npr.org
Track Hospitalization (ICU) rates for the new SARS
10 months ago by infocom6502 to /s/Coronavirus from npr.org
CRISPR Gene-Editing Breakthrough Opens Door To Treating Broad Array Of Diseases
11 months ago by Drewski to /s/science from npr.org
The same Colorado baker who refused to bake the gay wedding cake is now being fined for refusing to bake a transition cake.Discussion
11 months ago by julesburm1891 to /s/LGBDropTheT from npr.org
Biden Administration Ends Legal Recognition of the Female Sex by Extending Title IX to “Protect Transgenders”
11 months ago by IsBidenRidingGD to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
Look Up! The Billion-Bug Highway You Can't See
11 months ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/whatever from npr.org
Lyme Disease-Carrying Ticks now On California's Beaches (4% in N. Cal positive for Lyme)
11 months ago by infocom6502 to /s/California from npr.org
NPR casually erasing same-sex attraction while also making pride all about the TLGB Erasure
NPR on a roll today—a compound of far-left trans extremists who are rude to their neighbors is suddenly a “queer” issue that’s about anti-lgbt sentiments.Colonization
Ok, so what happens when LGB people criticize trans ideology, GLAAD?Colonization
1 year ago by julesburm1891 to /s/LGBDropTheT from npr.org
I genuinely don’t know where to begin.
The California Gubernatorial Election is officially ON.
1 year ago by PatsyStone to /s/politics from npr.org
NPR's Daily Transgender Propaganda (Journalism? What's journalism?)
1 year ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
my theory: Dr. Anthony Fauci is now 100% in control of the CDC (i.e., Fauci pwns Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky)
1 year ago by xolotltlalo to /s/conspiracy from npr.org
Canada Lists Proud Boys As A Terrorist Group, Alongside ISIS And Al-Qaida
1 year ago by Nombre27 to /s/debatealtright from npr.org
Biden Administration Restores Aid To Palestinians, Reversing Trump Policy
1 year ago by FediNetizen to /s/politics from npr.org
Twitter Bans President Trump, Citing 'Risk Of Further Incitement Of Violence' - Big Tech silencing the US President, they are continuing to flex their power
1 year ago by awdrifter to /s/politics from npr.org
FORTY percent of respondents to this NPR poll said they believe the coronavirus was made in a lab. The lamestream media seems mad that their propaganda isn't working.
1 year ago by Orangutan to /s/news from npr.org
How Do We Grieve 300,000 Lives Lost?
1 year ago by FediNetizen to /s/Coronavirus from npr.org
Contractors Dynamite Mountains, Bulldoze Desert In Race To Build Trump's Border Wall
1 year ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles to /s/USnews from npr.org
Trump Launched A Trade War Against China. Don't Look To Biden To Reverse It
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/news from npr.org
Stuck-At-Home Moms: The Pandemic's Devastating Toll On Women
1 year ago by radmoon to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
Are The Risks Of Reopening Schools Exaggerated? Research Finds Few Links Between Schools And COVID-19 Cases: "We're not saying at all that schools have nothing to do with cases," Zakhary said. What the data suggests instead is that opening schools does not inevitably lead to increased case numbers.
1 year ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from npr.org
In Rare Step, Esteemed Medical Journal Urges Voters To Oust Trump
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/politics from npr.org
Judge Orders Twitter To Unmask FBI Impersonator Who Set Off Seth Rich Conspiracy
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Twitter from npr.org
Wishing Trump would die of COVID on social media not allowed, but death threats against JKR are fair game
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
Biden actions lead to mass incarceration
1 year ago by Soloninja to /s/politics from npr.org
House Votes To Condemn QAnon Conspiracy Theory: 'It's A Sick Cult'
1 year ago by Drewski to /s/politics from npr.org
Fox lawyers successfully argue in court that given Tucker Carlson's reputation, any reasonable viewer should expect that anything he says is very likely to be complete horseshit.
1 year ago by FreedomUltd to /s/politics from npr.org
Ruth Badder Ginsburg has bitten the dust
1 year ago by cisheteroscum to /s/debatealtright from npr.org
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87 😢👑
1 year ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from npr.org
Military Police Leaders Weighed Deploying 'Heat Ray' Against D.C. Protesters
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/USnews from npr.org
Google Will Block Its Autocomplete Suggestions For Some Election-Related Searches
'Charlie Hebdo' To Reprint Muhammad Cartoons As Trial Linked To 2015 Attack Begins
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/news from npr.org
NPR: One Author's Argument 'In Defense Of Looting'
1 year ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/news from npr.org
Coronavirus: Los Angeles Mayor Shuts Off Power At Hollywood Hills House That Hosted Large Parties
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/usa from npr.org
Anthrax Outbreak In Russia Thought To Be Result Of Thawing Permafrost
1 year ago by muellermeierschulz to /s/WorldNews from npr.org
Without Federal Protections, Farm Workers Risk Coronavirus Infection To Harvest Crops
1 year ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/news from npr.org
2016: Hillary endorsed for president with racist joke "Sorry Hillary, I was running on CP time," said Bill de Blasio. "CP time" is slang for "colored people time," an idea that plays on a stereotype that black people are late all the time. // 2020: being on time is racist.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/NotTheOnion from npr.org
Twitter Removes Thousands Of QAnon Accounts, Promises Sweeping Ban On The Conspiracy: Twitter said it has removed more than 7,000 accounts associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory. Content associated with QAnon will be banned and tweets sharing links involving QAnon theories will be blocked.
Masks reduce virus exposure amount, which in turn limits the severity of symptoms should the wearer get sick
Psychiatrist: America's 'Extremely Punitive' Prisons Make Mental Illness Worse
1 year ago by Locke to /s/news from npr.org
Statues Of Conquistador Juan De Oñate Come Down As New Mexico Wrestles With History
1 year ago by Nona_Biba to /s/news from npr.org
As Kenya Keeps Schools Shut, Teen Pregnancies Are Rising [NPR]
1 year ago by gparmesan to /s/GenderCritical from npr.org
Supreme Court Undercuts Access To Birth Control Under Obamacare
Independent Lab tests Budweiser Products: ABV within 0.0001% of Labeled ABV.
1 year ago by Cindy to /s/science from npr.org
NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Found Guilty Of All Charges In Sex Cult Case including sex trafficking, forced labor conspiracy, human trafficking and multiple counts of racketeering — including sexual exploitation of a child. Raniere, 58, faces up to life in prison. His sentencing is set for Sept. 25.
1 year ago by Orangutan to /s/conspiracy from npr.org
NPR says man killed in self defense while stealing a car with a gun "was killed in a carjacking" and is a "Victim of gun violence"
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/news from npr.org
NPR: "Antipsychotic drugs like haloperidol are no more effective than a placebo for treating delirium."
2 years ago by Anticapitalist to /s/Antipsychiatry from npr.org
Tiny Desk Concert Ensemble plays Jonny Greenwood
3 years ago by thomyorke to /s/radiohead from npr.org
"An attack upon our ability to tell stories is not just censorship - it is a crime against our nature as human beings." ~ Salman Rushdie
3 years ago by JasonCarswell to /s/quotes from media.npr.org
How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
3 years ago by Entropick to /s/science from npr.org
NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Found Guilty Of All Charges In Sex Cult Case
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/pedogate from npr.org
Keith Raniere, who was known as "Vanguard," was convicted on all charges, including sex trafficking, forced labor conspiracy, human trafficking and multiple counts of racketeering — including sexual exploitation of a child. Raniere, 58, faces up to life in prison. His sentencing is set for Sept. 25.
Supreme Court Will Not Reexamine Qualified Immunity For Police