The PBS NewsHour spoke with Rhonda Collins, director of tax content and government relations at the National Association of Tax Professionals, about how stimulus checks, unemployment payments or home office expenses might change how you file taxes this year.
By Tori Partridge
Federal regulators asked for Facebook to be ordered to divest its Instagram and WhatsApp messaging services as the U.S. government and 48 states and districts accused the company of abusing its market power.
By Marcy Gordon, Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
Thousands of students from colleges and universities with majority white populations have used anonymous Instagram accounts to share their experiences dealing with racism on their respective campuses.
By Christian Peña
Female Instagram users across the United States are flooding the photo-sharing app with black-and-white images this week. The official goal is a show of support for other women.
By Kathleen Foody, Associated Press
By Stephanie García
Inspired by recent events, Korean-Swedish artist Lisa Wool-Rim Sjöblom is addressing the hostility Asians increasingly are facing during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
By Dan Cooney, Jessica Yarvin
The strategy will be put to the test when Michael Bloomberg’s name appears on the ballot for the first time.
By Jamie Leventhal
Social media appeals to users through a repetitive rewards system, so what happens when it takes away the likes?…
By Jamie Leventhal
Instagram influencers and companies are selling cosmetic products for vulvas and "wellness" products for vaginas, which could put people at risk for infection and bacterial vaginosis.
By Barbara Ortutay, Associated Press
The company said Thursday that it has also banned right-wing leaders Paul Nehlen, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson and Laura Loomer, along with Jones' site, Infowars.
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