Stories of sexual harassment and abuse of power in Silicon Valley and Hollywood have left many people questioning what can be done to make speaking up easier across all industries.
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Twitter has stripped several far-right accounts of their "verified" badge, after changing its policy.
Google says it is "not happy" that its search results displayed false information about Texas gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, who killed 26 people.
The equality gap between men and women would take 100 years to close at its current rate, an economic monitoring group has suggested.
Agents at the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been unable to extract data from nearly 7,000 mobile devices they have tried to access, the agency's director has said.
Hundreds of protesters have marched on the University of Florida to decry a speech by a white nationalist.
China is embracing an era of sharing economy. After shared bikes, sharing books are the next trend.
As I stood in New York’s Penn Station on Sunday, commuters in suits and tourists wearing I Love New York T-shirts waited for their trains to Boston, Washington DC and beyond.
Half the editorial board of the journal Third World Quarterly have resigned after an outcry over an article arguing in favour of colonialism, with the author then “requesting the withdrawal” of the essay.
A British tapestry depicting Native Americans as "subhuman, warlike savages" should not be put on public show, campaigners say.