Supreme Court Rules That Yelp Can’t Be Forced to Remove a Negative Review

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that Yelp cannot be forced to remove a negative review uploaded by a user. According to the judges, internet-based companies cannot be held accountable for what their users publish on it. However, the decision to remove a certain comment or post is completely at the company’s discretion. This means that other companies, even those represented by Yelp itself, can’t force them to remove a review. The case has been followed closely by online entities as its outcome could redefine the state of freedom of speech…

Turkey slaps counter-tariffs in US products, responds to trade wars

After being hit by U.S. tariffs as part of the current ongoing trade wars with European countries and China, Turkey has responded to the Trump administration’s measures with retaliatory tariffs. The implanted measures affect 1.8$ billion dollars worth of products, which would represent a set of 266.50$ in tariffs. According to the WHO, the affected products include rice, tobacco, paper and coal. The Turkish tariffs, which are between 5% and 40% of the product’s cost, are a response to the 25% and 10% tariffs implemented by the U.S. in steel…

Trump Administration Separated 2,300 Immigrant Children From Families Under “Zero-Tolerance” Policy

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to end his controversial and immoral policy of separating immigrant families at the U.S. border. However, the way in which affected children are being identified and taken care of by the government has been quite flawed, following his rushed and sudden decision. Finding the exact amount of children who have been separated from their families sent to different cities and sent to different states has proven to be an extremely difficult task for government officials. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection…

House Delays Vote on GOP Immigration Bill

After Trump signed an executive order on Thursday to keep immigrant families together, Republican leaders in the House found themselves needing to delay a vote on immigration legislation. House Republicans were struggling to convince other GOP lawmakers to vote in favor of the legislation, leaving them without enough support to pass the bill. The vote has been rescheduled several times. It was first delayed until Friday morning, and was then suddenly delayed until next week following a strategy meeting between GOP leaders. The bill had to go through a major…

Trump defends executive order to keep families together in Minnesota rally

Hours after signing his divisive executive order to prevent the separation of immigrant families at the U.S. border, President Donald Trump made a public appearance in Minnesota and defended his decision. He highlighted that, despite having intentions of keeping families together, he is still looking to push forward border security. While his supporters cheered for his measures, several of them surprisingly stated that they would prefer for the measure to have stayed the same. Many of them echoed the previous arguments given by the Trump administration to defend the legislation,…