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Ryan Grenoble

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Denver, CO, United States

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  • HuffPost Australia
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Past:
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  • HuffPost India
  • Le HuffPost
  • Huffington Post UK

Recent articles by Ryan:

Herman Cain Hospitalized For COVID-19 Hours After Condemning Masks

Cain was diagnosed just over a week after he appeared at Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa. → Read More

The Facebook Ad Boycott Keeps Growing

A movement to pull ads from the social media platform has grown to 270 companies, including some prominent household names. → Read More

Reddit Bans Popular Pro-Trump Subreddit

The site also took down the left-wing subreddit r/ChapoTrapHouse. "All communities on Reddit must abide by our content policy in good faith," Reddit's CEO said. → Read More

Facebook Ad Boycott Gains Steam As Companies Join 'Stop Hate For Profit'

A growing movement has brands reevaluating their relationship with the social media platform. → Read More

Feds Set To Cut Coronavirus Testing Funds As COVID-19 Cases Soar

Federal testing centers in five states will either transition to state control or be closed. → Read More

Powerful Earthquake Shakes Southern, Central Mexico

Power was knocked out to some areas, but there were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries. → Read More

NASCAR Drivers, Crew March In Solidarity With Bubba Wallace

The show of support comes after a noose was found in Wallace’s garage stall on Sunday. → Read More

Facebook Takes Down Trump Campaign Ads Featuring Nazi Iconography

The ads received more than 1 million impressions before Facebook pulled them under pressure. → Read More

Trump Takes Credit For 'Making Juneteenth Famous' In Dumbfounding Interview

“It’s actually an important event, an important time," he told The Wall Street Journal. "But nobody had ever heard of it.” → Read More

Boy Scouts Of America Will Require Eagle Scouts To Earn New Diversity Badge

The new badge will require Scouts "learn about and engage with other groups and cultures to increase understanding and spur positive action." → Read More

Atlanta Megachurch Pastor Apologizes For 'Blessing Of Slavery' Comment

Pastor Louie Giglio also suggested "white privilege" may be better understood as a "white blessing." → Read More

Supreme Court Says LGBTQ Employees Are Protected By Civil Rights Employment Statutes

While Title VII bars discrimination on the basis of “race, color, national origin, sex, and religion,” the original bill didn’t define “sex” as a term. → Read More

Amazon Announces One Year Pause On Police Use Of Its Facial Recognition Tech

The decision comes amid nationwide scrutiny of police powers following the killing of George Floyd. → Read More

'I Am George Floyd': NFL Star Von Miller Writes Powerful Essay On Racism

"I have felt this pain in varying degrees for as far back as I can remember," Miller writes. "It’s an emotional pain. It’s a physical pain." → Read More

Minnesota Law Officers Acknowledge Slashing Tires At Minneapolis Protest

A spokesman defended the decision while conceding that slashing tires is “not a typical tactic." → Read More

Minnesota Law Officers Acknowledge Slashing Tires At Minneapolis Protest

A spokesman defended the decision while conceding that slashing tires is “not a typical tactic." → Read More

Scientists Funded By Zuckerberg Group Warn Facebook 'Antithetical' To Their Mission

More than 140 scientists funded by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative say Facebook impedes the goal of an “inclusive, just, and healthy future.” → Read More

Buffalo Cops Resign From Special Team En Masse In Solidarity With Suspended Officers

Two police officers were suspended without pay after shoving a peaceful 75-year-old protester, who ended up in the hospital. → Read More

Al Sharpton Announces March On Washington In August

It's intended to fall on the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech. → Read More

Facebook Engineer Resigns Over Zuckerberg's Handling Of Trump Posts

"Facebook, complicit in the propagation of weaponized hatred, is on the wrong side of history," Timothy Aveni said. → Read More