Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony are taking a stand on 'loot boxes' by forcing new games to disclose their odds
During a hearing with the Federal Trade Commission Wednesday, America's largest video game lobby addressed concerns with loot boxes, the randomized digital purchases that have becoming a growing trend
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Congress broke a promise to properly fund a law protecting students with disabilities. Here are the serious consequences.
In January 2017, Betsy DeVos, who was soon to become President Trump’s education secretary, appeared before Congress at her confirmation hearing and displayed ignorance about a key federal law aimed at
TheBlaze looked at the LinkedIn profiles of 200 Facebook employees. Here's what we found A study conducted by TheBlaze found that Facebook hires people who formerly worked for Democratic or liberal-leaning