“The Most Unsettling Statements In This Google Employee’s Anti-Diversity Memo”


“Families of San Bernardino terrorist attack victims sue Google, Facebook and Twitter for enabling ISIS”


The families of the victims of the San Bernardino attack claim the tech giants permitted Islamic State to flourish

“How people googled before there was a Google”



“Google’s top 2014 search terms may look familiar”



“Still clueless over Obamacare? Dr. Nancy Snyderman answers your questions”


Melissa Dahl, NBC News

Too many Americans are still clueless about the Affordable Care Act, despite the fact that insurance exchanges open on Tuesday, Oct. 1. To help demystify the ACA, NBC News chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman appears on Thursday’s broadcast of “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams.”

If you’re still confused — and we get that! — Snyderman will continue to answer your questions about next week’s Obamacare rollout. Ask your questions on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ with the hashtag #AskDrNancy, and Snyderman will answer some of the most important or common queries. And be sure to bookmark nbcnews.com/healthcare for more stories and explainers.

Here are some of your most pressing concerns:


Today in History, August 6th


AROD Wins(?), sorta.  Receives chorus of boos,



The Guardian newspaper has named Edward Snowden, 29, as the source who leaked material from the National Security Agency.

His identity is being revealed at his request, the paper reported Sunday on its website.

He is a former technical assistant for the CIA and has been working at the NSA for the past four years as an employee of various outside contractors, the paper reported.

On Wednesday, the Guardian disclosed a secret order from a U.S. intelligence court that required Verizon Business Network Services to give telephone records detailing the time, location and telephone numbers involved in domestic calls from April 25 to July 19.

Thursday, the Washington Post and the Guardian disclosed the existence of PRISM, reporting that the program allows NSA analysts to extract details of customer activities — including “audio and video chats, photographs, e-mails, documents” and other materials — from computers at Microsoft, Google, Apple and other Internet firms.

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Google Makes Palestine a State

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Breaking from Newsmax.com

Google Gives ‘Palestine’ a Domain Name

Google is de facto recognizing a state of Palestine.

Google spokesman Nathan Tyler said on Friday that Google had decided to change the name of the Palestinian Territories to just “Palestine” in its products, the Associated Press reports.

Tyler says Google consults with various sources and authorities when naming countries, and in this case is following the lead of several international organizations. The move comes after a U.N. decision last year upgrading the Palestinians‘ status to “non-member observer state.”

Israel says Palestinian statehood should be reached through negotiations, not unilateral moves.

Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor says Google is not a diplomatic entity, which prompts the question of why it is getting involved in a controversial international political issue.

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News from The Hill:

Senate rejects tougher background checks on gun purchases 
By Alexander Bolton

The Senate delivered a devastating blow to President Obama’s agenda to regulate guns Wednesday by defeating a bipartisan proposal to expand background checks.

It failed by a vote of 54 to 46, with 5 Democrats voting against it. Only 4 Republicans supported it.

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Watch Live: A Fireside Hangout on Immigration Reform

Cecilia Muñoz, Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, will join the latest “Fireside Hangout” – a 21st Century take on FDR’s famous radio addresses – to talk about immigration reform.

Watch the hangout live on WhiteHouse.gov/Immigration, or tune in to the White House’s Google+ page today, January 31 at 1:00 p.m. ET.