As 2020 approaches, experts worry targeted political ads could be too powerful.
The ads decried impeachment as a "coup" and bashed the network's anchors as "media lapdogs."
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," Kaepernick said.
The 2019 Nielsen report on Black consumerism shows that companies spent less on advertising to the African American community in 2018 than in 2017.
Last year, Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" would feature more than 30 paid ads. In his Thursday show, there were only 13. Friday, there were just 11 ads.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful had her Google ad account suspended temporarily after the last debate.
The Trump campaign's latest ads use footage from overseas models along with supposed testimonials from real supporters.
The ad shows a boy going through all the trials and tragedies of life, only to end up — spoiler alert — buying a sandwich as an adult.
People on Twitter are remembering the wild-eyed creatures who graced our TVs in 2004 with songs about subs. We talked to their creator and took a look back at their origins.
A GOP organization accuses the president of violating his oath and says "the remedy" is for Congress to act.
Members of both parties agreed that action is needed to address the threat news publishers face from Big Tech.
Samson Bonkeabantu Brown said his dad was "one of my greatest supporters throughout my transition, encouraging me to ... live authentically as my best self.”
The commercial, set in the Civil War era, features a white man asking a black woman to escape to the North with him so they can “be together.”
Sorry, guys. Opening a condom together before sex does not equal automatic consent.
HUD charged Facebook, alleging that it violated the Fair Housing Act with its advertising policies.
Courts have ruled that state laws requiring truth in political advertising infringe on free speech rights.
The new feature on the Facebook-owned platform allows you to make purchases without visiting an advertiser's website.
“This doesn’t seem to be blowing over.”
Advertisers are being called to boycott “Tucker Carlson Tonight” due to the Fox News host's misogynistic statements.
The hashtag #FireTuckerCarlson was trending on Twitter after radio clips featuring the Fox News host making misogynistic remarks surfaced.