Starbucks's New Bathroom Policy Will Likely Increase Drug Use

US | Gabrielle Okun
The logo of American coffee company and coffeehouse chain Starbucks is seen in Munich. (Photo by Alexander Pohl/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

‘The cops were called a lot’

Study: US Birth Rate Is At 30-Year Low

US | Gabrielle Okun
The United States birth rate is at a 30 year low in 2017, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics released Thursday. (Photo: Shutterstock/ Olena Hromova)

‘Debt’

Uber Board Frustrated It Still Hasn't Found A CFO After 3 Years

Business | Eric Lieberman
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 09: Dara Khosrowshahi speaks onstage at The New York Times 2017 DealBook Conference at Jazz at Lincoln Center on November 9, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Cohen/Getty Images for The New York Times)

Needs one if it wants to go public

US Cheese Producers Have To Rename Cheeses Due To Strict EU Regulations

World | Gabrielle Okun
A man puts cheese on a shelf during the opening of the Green Week international food, agriculture and horticulture fair in Berlin, Germany, January 19, 2018. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

‘It’s the F-word we can’t say’

The Mainstream Media Loves Citing A Terrorist Supporter For Net Neutrality Debate

Media | Eric Lieberman
Left: CNN Logo [Shutterstock - J. Louis Bryson] Center: The Wall Street Journal Newspaper logo [Shutterstock - dennizn] Right: BBC Broadcasting House headquarters of the British Broadcasting Corporation [Shutterstock - Claudio Divizia]

‘desire to participate in violent jihad’

Trump Admin Trying To Stop Banks From Going Bust By Stopping Bad Loans

Politics | Nick Givas
President Donald Trump's administration is attempting to change federal rules that force banks to lend to poor and insolvent borrowers, by rolling back the "Community Reinvestment Act" of 1977. (Photo: ShutterStock/Kevin George)

Treasury department planning changes for early 2018

Americans' Wages Are Finally On The Rise

Business | Tim Pearce
Backround with money american hundred dollar bills

And not because of minimum wage

How Bigoted Fake News Crept Into CNN, WSJ And The Washington Post

Media | Ryan Pickrell and Saagar Enjeti
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Rampant inaccuracies

Politico Forced To Issue 'Clarification' On WSJ Hit Job

Media | Amber Athey
Two Politico coffee mugs rest on a table during the Politico Playbook Breakfast at the Newseum in Washington, DC, November 28, 2012. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images.
They forgot to mention something important

Facebook's Newest Move Could Be Catastrophic For Publishers

Business | Eric Lieberman
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is seen on stage during a town hall at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California September 27, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

‘Pay to play’

Tesla Denies 'Misleading' Reports Model 3s Are Being Built By Hand

Business | Chris White
Indianapolis - Circa April 2017: Tesla Service Center. Tesla designs and manufactures the Model S electric sedan IV (Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com)

‘This is not some revelation’

Google Ends Policy That Gave Readers Free Access To Paywalled Articles

Tech | Eric Lieberman
NEW YORK - APRIL 26: An issue of The Wall Street Journal is viewed beside The New York Times on April 26, 2010 in New York City. The Wall Street Journal commenced a New York edition today that will directly compete with The New York Times. The new section of the paper, which was recently purchased by Rupert Murdoch, will feature local news, culture and sports. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

‘That’s not great for users or for news publishers’

WSJ Editor Hits Reporters In Late Night Email: 'This Is Commentary Dressed As News'

Politics | Jack Crowe
The U.S. Edition of The Wall Street Journal is displayed in front of British newspapers which it now sells alongside on a news stand in London on April 16, 2008 in London, England. Today is the first day the U.S. Edition of the newspaper goes on sale in U.K. (Photo by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

‘Could we please just stick to reporting’

Ex-WSJ Reporters Upset Their Former Editor Demands Fact-Based News Coverage

US | Anders Hagstrom
The U.S. Edition of The Wall Street Journal is displayed in front of British newspapers which it now sells alongside on a news stand in London on April 16, 2008 in London, England. Today is the first day the U.S. Edition of the newspaper goes on sale in U.K. (Photo by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

‘WSJ has veered into blandness’

Politico Uses Nothingburger Transcript To Undermine WSJ Editor In Chief

Politics | Rachel Stoltzfoos
The U.S. Edition of The Wall Street Journal is displayed in front of British newspapers which it now sells alongside on a news stand in London on April 16, 2008 in London, England. Today is the first day the U.S. Edition of the newspaper goes on sale in U.K. (Photo by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

‘Renewed questions internally’

People Are Getting Fired Up Over WSJ's Terrible Headline

US | Grace Carr
Fire ants scurrying across a table. (Youtube screenshot/ It's okay to be smart).

‘Don’t be patronizing’

Coalition Of 2,000 US Newspapers Announce Battle Against Google, Facebook

US | Eric Lieberman
NEW YORK - APRIL 26: An issue of The Wall Street Journal is viewed beside The New York Times on April 26, 2010 in New York City. The Wall Street Journal commenced a New York edition today that will directly compete with The New York Times. The new section of the paper, which was recently purchased by Rupert Murdoch, will feature local news, culture and sports. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

‘They don’t … send correspondents into war zones’