Polls

Campaign Crimes

According to the Daily Beast former NBA player and current Minnesota GOP-endorsed candidate Royce White spent campaign funds on strip clubs, luxury hotels and limos. Legal experts say White likely broke campaign finance laws, potentially earning him a spot in the growing group of criminal Republican politicians.

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Picture Perfect

A Republican Senate Candidate was caught using AI-generated images to misrepresent himself as younger and sexier. Meanwhile, former Democratic Presidential Candidate Cenk Uygur has been caught using a photoshopped image of himself on X!

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Bumbling Billboards

Popular dating app, Bumble, has garnered significant backlash over its anti-celibacy ad campaign. People have accused the company of being tone-deaf and shaming women who choose to refrain from sex, leading the company to take down their billboards and issue an apology online.

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The Speaker and Chief

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker recently gave a controversial commencement address in which he told the female graduates that he believes they are more excited to get married, have children, and be a “homemaker” than start a career. He also criticized abortion, IVF, DEI, Pride month, and moving in with your partner before marriage.

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Moore Versus Clinton

Hillary Clinton and Michael Moore have shared very different views of the college students across the country protesting Israel's war on Gaza. During an interview on MSNBC, Clinton claimed young people “don’t know very much” about the Middle East. Moore, meanwhile, called out his “fellow boomers” for treating the student activists with “snide and snark.”

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Lavender

The Israeli military uses an AI tool called Lavender to identify targets, according to a new report. It alleges that for every Hamas operative Lavender marked, the IDF decided it was permissible to kill up to 15 or 20 civilians.

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Kirpans for Kids?

A public school district in Massachusetts has updated its weapons policy to allow Sikh students to carry a kirpan -- a small, dull blade traditionally carried as part of their religious identity.

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Help us pick the next ShopTYT design!

We're getting ready to release a new design that matches our current campaign 'Riders in the Storm.' Members make our coverage possible and your support helps ensure that our TYT flag stands strong.

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Should Social Media Exist?

A recent study found that university students would pay money to make Instagram and TikTok disappear for a month. A Washington Post columnist used that study to argue that social media is a net negative for society and should not exist at all.

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Nikki's Hot Mike

Nikki Haley's husband was born with the first name Bill. However, in her 2012 memoir, Nikki claims she started calling him Michael (his middle name) because she thought that he looked more like a "Michael" than a "Bill." Eventually he started going by Michael.

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Vote: Jerk of the Year 2023

It’s time to cast your vote for Jerk of the year! Members thank you for your nominations in the first poll! If you’re not a member and missed out on that, don’t worry because you can pick the final Jerk of the year here. You can also become a member at TYT.com/JOIN

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Vote: Turk of the Year 2023

It’s time to cast your vote for Turk of the year! Members thank you for your nominations in the first poll! If you’re not a member and missed out on that, don’t worry because you can pick the final Turk of the year here. You can also become a member at TYT.com/JOIN

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Is Apple's nerd emoji offensive?

10-year-old Teddy Cottle from England has started a petition to get Apple to change the ‘nerd’ emoji. Teddy, who wears glasses, says “They’re making people think we’re nerds and it’s absolutely horrible.”

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Gospel Flight

After discovering she'd been nominated for two Grammys, a woman on a Delta flight caused a disturbance by repeatedly trying to sing her new gospel song to her fellow passengers. Eventually, a crew member threatened to remove her.

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Trump's Next Vice President

Yesterday, Donald Trump said “I guess I would” consider Tucker Carlson as his pick for Vice President. That adds Carlson’s name to a pretty long list of speculated picks for Trump’s running mate.

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Cenk 2024

TYT founder and host of The Young Turks, Cenk Uygur, is considering running for President.

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Service Charge

A Vietnamese restaurant in California has enraged the internet after a customer shared a copy of their receipt which included an automatic 18% service charge "for parties of one or larger."

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Dresscode

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has quietly changed the Senate’s informal dress code to allow senators like John Fetterman to sport casual clothes like a hoodie and baseball shorts on the Senate floor.

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UAWStrike

Last night, the UAW went on strike against the Big Three automakers. This morning, Joe Biden stated that while the Big Three made “significant offers” during the negotiations, the companies “should go further to ensure record corporate profits mean record contracts for the U.A.W.”

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U.S. Open Climate Protest

Last night at the U.S. Open women’s semi–final match, four climate protestors disrupted play by standing up and shouting “if we don’t disrupt, climate change will." One protestor glued his bare feet to the cement floor, leading to a 49-minute delay in the match until police and medical personnel were able to remove him. Environmental protestors are increasingly using tactics like this to draw public attention to the climate emergency, but there’s disagreement over whether this approach is beneficial to the cause.

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