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Melania Trump says her biggest struggle at the White House is dealing with ‘opportunists’ who use her ‘family’s name’

Melania Trump said she isn't afraid to tell her husband her opinions. In November, she ousted a top White House security advisor she clashed with.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the F8 Facebook Developers conference on May 1, 2018 in San Jose, California.

A Wall Street shop that called Facebook and Snap’s troubles is out with its 2019 predictions

A research firm that called troubles for Facebook and Snap early on is out with predictions for the media and communications space in 2019.
Ariana Grande channeled her inner Regina George for her "Thank U, Next" music video/

Column calling ‘Thank U, Next’ video ‘anti-queer’ leads to ‘dozens of death threats’ and Twitter rage from fans

A critique of Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" published on Into went viral for its "reaching" analysis that accused the video of being "anti-queer."
Blavity chief operating officer Aaron Samuels (center).

How an LA upstart is redefining the media world by helping Black millennials ‘tell their own story’

Aaron Samuels, chief operating officer at Blavity, tells Business Insider why he believes it's important for black millennials to own their narrative.
Conservative internet firebrand Tomi Lahren has served as the face of Fox Nation in the service's run-up.

Fox Nation, the new streaming service for Fox News ‘superfans,’ skips news coverage and goes all-in on conservative opinion

Fox News launches its opinion-only streaming service Fox Nation Tuesday, aiming for younger online viewers and "superfans."
President Donald Trump spars with CNN's Jim Acosta at a press conference.

The White House is restoring Jim Acosta’s press pass days after a judge ordered it to do so — and CNN is dropping its lawsuit

CNN announced on Monday that the White House is reinstating reporter Jim Acosta's press pass — three days after a federal judge ordered just that.

This free news app lets you read stories from more than 300 trusted sites — even when you don’t have an internet connection

SmartNews won Apple's Best of 2013 award and Google's Best App of the Year 2013 award, and it's easy to see why.

Justice Department defends revoking CNN reporter’s press credentials: ‘No reporter has a First Amendment right to enter the White House...

The Justice Department has defended its right to revoke CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta's "hard pass" press credentials.

This isn’t the first time CNN’s Jim Acosta has sparred with Trump — here are all the times they’ve gone at each other

Jim Acosta and the White House have tangled before. Trump views CNN as his biggest media enemy, has repeatedly referred to the network as "fake news."