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As the coronavirus crisis continues, the fast food chain has suspended a U.K. ad campaign that shows people licking their fingers.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) appears to go hunting in a new advertisement. Now she’s being mocked because she doesn’t actually even have a hunting license.
Sanders argues his record of defending Social Security makes him the best Democratic primary candidate to defeat the president in November.
Computer-generated influencers are blurring reality — and advertising regulations.
Organize for Justice has initiated a $500,000 digital campaign against Biden and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s impeachment, an anti-Trump Republican group is launching ads advocating a fair Senate trial.
The word "damn" is "destructive and damaging to impressionable children," according to One Million Moms.
The campaigns are likely dropping $10 million each on game-time spots.
Ex-White House press secretary and recent “Dancing With The Stars” loser Sean Spicer bashed about the new policy on Twitter.
A spokesperson told CNBC that the much-mocked holiday spot was inspired by customers who love their Peloton bikes.
"The only way to enjoy that Peloton ad is to think of it as the first minute of an episode of Black Mirror," one Twitter user wrote.
“I don’t think America looks at the guy in the White House and says, ‘Let’s find someone richer,'" the 2020 Democratic hopeful said.
Bob Dylan is pushing whiskey, Mike Tyson has his own cannabis and Sarah Jessica Parker is promoting the sunglasses she uses to avoid being seen.
The former Fox News host boosted a get-rich-quick company that promised to make you a millionaire and stop cancer, too.
The New York lawmaker flamed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for not policing misleading political ads last week. Now he's doubling down on that policy.
The former Democratic presidential candidate has been outspoken about Facebook allowing the spread of misinformation on its platform.
The platform's leadership is concerned about the impact of misinformation on democracy.
“He’s rewriting history," Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona told The Washington Post.
Factors like exclusivity, usage rights and the length of a campaign could bump up the price of an Instagram post.
Republicans for the Rule of Law wants GOP lawmakers to hold the president accountable.