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Fox News host Sean Hannity  (Screencap)

Dish Network dumps Fox News setting off social media war on Facebook

According to Fox Executive Vice President of Distribution Tim Carry, contract talks have broken off and nothing is happening, depriving Dish’s 14 million subscribers of Fox News’ “fair and balanced” approach to current event coverage.
Screenshot from 'The Interview' (Columbia Pictures)

Sony head ponders releasing ‘The Interview’ on YouTube: ‘That’s certainly an option’

Sony Pictures still wants and intends to release its controversial film The Interview, possibly via YouTube.
Jaden Ramos, his mother, and late father Jorge Ramos (Facebook)

Son of slain NYC police officer writes Facebook tribute to his dad: ‘Today is the worst day of my life’

The son of a New York City police officer, killed in the line of duty in Brooklyn on Saturday, took to his Facebook to honor his dad, calling him “The best father I could ask for.”
Beavercreek Walmart protester (YouTube)

Ohio cops back into, then arrest woman who was protesting killing of unarmed black man at Walmart

The protests began inside the store, but employees called for a store-wide evacuation shortly after the protesters staged a “die-in” in the very aisle where police shot and killed John Crawford III on August 5, 2014.
Former Officer Aaron McNamara (Fairview Park Police Department)

Pro-slavery Ohio officer quits when he’s caught wishing for all blacks to be ‘exterminated’

An auxiliary officer with the Fairview Park Police Department, who had written that black people should be “exterminated,” resigned from the force.
My Husband's Not Gay (YouTube)

TLC special ‘My Husband Is Not Gay’ to feature gay Mormon men who marry women

In January, TLC will air a special titled My Husband’s Not Gay featuring three married Mormon couples in which the husband is, in fact, gay — as well as one single man who identifies as homosexual, but is actively seeking a wife.
Uber Perth Launch (Facebook)

Why the sharing economy could the internet’s most divisive revolution yet

Concerns are growing that the supposedly benign philosophy behind the new wave of internet star names such as Airbnb and Uber simply disguises a rapacious business model.
A protester stands with a sign as he joins a protest to demand justice for the death of Eric Garner, at Grand Central Terminal in the Manhattan borough of New York, December 9, 2014. (REUTERS/Carlo Allegri)

Two NYPD cops get killed and ‘wartime’ police blame the protesters. Have we learned nothing?

We’re better than this.