Christine Blasey Ford spoke before a Senate panel Thursday morning of an alleged sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh.
Ellen Nakashima“16A: Crying. 14B: Crying. 17C: Weeping,” Ron Lieber, a New York Times columnist, wrote on Twitter from a flight headed from New York to Salt Lake City, listing the reactions as passengers watched the hearing on seat-back televisions.
In a pair of pre-dawn Tweets, the president said Google was silencing conservative media.
Ellen NakashimaDEVELOPING:Trump's economic adviser says "we're taking a look" at whether Google searches should be regulated." Trump wakes up this morning complaining about negative Google search results about himself. ‘Illegal?’ wapo.st/2wunAez?tid=ss… via @isaacstanbecker
But highly publicized moves by Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and YouTube against Russian and Iranian online meddling have thrown into sharp relief the comparatively low-key response by the federal government.