• Endorse a Presidential Candidate on Facebook (What Could Go Wrong?)

    Endorse a Presidential Candidate on Facebook (What Could Go Wrong?)

    8, Facebook will now allow you to publicly endorse a particular presidential candidate.Simply visit the Facebook page of your candidate—be it Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Jill Stein, or Gary Johnson—and navigate to "Endorsements" in the left-hand menu.
  • Canadian Immigration Site Overwhelmed After Trump Victory

    Canadian Immigration Site Overwhelmed After Trump Victory

    On Tuesday night, as polling results rolled in, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website was temporarily forced offline.Apparently, it was overwhelmed by Americans considering a move up north over a Donald Trump presidency.
  • Tech Workers Won't Help Trump Build Muslim Registry

    Tech Workers Won't Help Trump Build Muslim Registry

    As tech company executives prepare to meet with President-elect Donald Trump Wednesday in New York City, many of their employees are pledging to resist something Trump has backed: a database of all Muslims in the US.Absolutely," Trump told NBC's Vaughn Hillyard.
  • Trump: Sprint to Add 5,000 New US Jobs

    Trump: Sprint to Add 5,000 New US Jobs

    The latest round of Donald-Trump-inspired job growth is at Sprint, which said Wednesday that it will add 5,000 jobs in the US by the end of 2017.President-elect Trump first announced Sprint's plans in a brief meeting with reporters Wednesday afternoon.
  • Report: Trump Surrenders Smartphone for More Secure Device

    Report: Trump Surrenders Smartphone for More Secure Device

    An early morning tweet on Friday was the last from President Trump's Twitter account sent by an Android device.And while Trump is certainly busy with the duties that come with the first day in the White House, reports suggest another reason for his Twitter silence: Trump has given up his smartphone.
  • Senators: So, Is Trump Using a Secure Phone or Not?

    Senators: So, Is Trump Using a Secure Phone or Not?

    Two Senate Democrats are asking the Department of Defense for more details about the security of President Trump's smartphone.Prior to Trump's inauguration, the New York Times reported that Trump traded in his Android phone for a secure, encrypted device approved by the Secret Service; the Associated Press reported the same thing.