YouTube has tweaked algorithms to prevent ads from appearing next to objectionable and extremist videos. But the moves have left YouTube content creators earning less money.
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YouTube has tweaked algorithms to prevent ads from appearing next to objectionable and extremist content on YouTube. But the moves have left YouTube content creators earning less money.
With autonomous cars looming, the New York auto show may be one of the last chances for automakers to show off some cars with muscle. One model sports 840 horsepower. Who needs that much?
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The typical car has about 140 horsepower which is more than enough to navigate the nation's roads. But as consumers turn away from sedans and toward SUVs, companies are amping up the horsepower.
Planet Money built a stock trading Twitter bot. The big puzzle is figuring out which company to buy or sell, and how to get a computer to tell the difference between Apple the company and the fruit.
President Trump is beating a path back toward the center on economic policy. Some economists think it may be due to influence from Trump advisers like Gary Cohn and Jared Kushner.
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President Trump is already well-known for not sticking to his guns. But his appeal has been more visceral than policy-based anyway, as one political science professor explains.
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Recently, a federal appeals court in Chicago ruled that existing civil rights law bars discrimination based on sexual orientation. But other appeals courts have ruled that existing federal law does not extend to sexual orientation. LGBT activists cheered the most recent decision, but it will likely wind up in the U.S. Supreme Court.
United Airlines has a PR disaster on its hands after a passenger was violently removed from a flight to make room for crew. For other airlines, it's a PR opportunity.
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Though President Trump speaks about how environmental regulations kill jobs, in some areas, the regulations help create them. In coal country, restoring streams is steady work.
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David Dao, the 69-year-old doctor dragged off a United Express flight on Sunday night, is still recovering from his injuries, according to his attorney, who said there will "probably" be a lawsuit.
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The fast-food chain launched an ad Wednesday meant to wake viewers' Google Home speakers and use them for a makeshift promo. Sadly for Burger King, it wasn't long before the ploy hit some speed bumps.
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The fiasco with United dragging a passenger off its plane illustrates the problem of enticing people to voluntarily give up their seats. We talk to game theorists about some options.
Planet Money tries to make a program that reads Donald Trump's tweets and then trades stocks. The first step is training the program to interpret the tweets using something called sentiment analysis.
The Trump administration has a rule in the works that could make big changes in Obamacare health plans and eligibility as soon as this summer. Will it stabilize the insurance marketplace, too?
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After a belated apology to an abused passenger, United has offered compensation to everyone else on the flight. CEO Oscar Munoz also promises a review of company policy on removing ticketed customers.
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One man figured out how to reproduce the magic of an Irish pub, and ship it in a container to anywhere in the world.
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Arturo Di Modica is not happy that the Fearless Girl now staring down his Charging Bull has effectively turned it into a villain. He and his lawyer are now asking that the new statue be removed.
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The Mail will pay a reported $2.9 million, far less than the $150 million the first lady had sought. The lawsuits concerned an article that made false claims about her time as a model.
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Social media took a lot of blame for intensifying polarization and partisan acrimony during the presidential campaign. Now some startups and researchers are trying to burst ideological filter bubbles.
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