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Recent East Coast hurricanes have gotten more media coverage than California wildfires

It’s not your imagination: Fires get written about less.

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Don’t be the jerk who brings up bitcoin this Thanksgiving

Cryptocurrency has no place at the table.

From Mark Zuckerberg to George Soros, here’s everything you need to know about Facebook’s latest crisis

What’s going on? We’ve got you covered.

Attend Recode Decode LIVE in Washington, D.C., with Kara Swisher and NBC News journalists Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell and Hallie Jackson

Here’s what Amazon HQ2 employees will face in Long Island City when it comes to transportation, housing and ... sewage

A lot of change is on the horizon for the Queens neighborhood.

Elon Musk: The Recode interview

Musk talks about his "excruciating" 2018, fighting with journalists on Twitter, why Tesla won’t build an electric scooter and much more.

Recode Daily: Black Friday is the busiest time of year for professional line sitters

Plus: Snap is planning a pricier version of its Spectacles glasses; Amazon is bidding for the 22 regional sports networks Disney acquired from Fox; secrets of Butterball’s turkey-talk-line counselors.

After 20,000 workers walked out, Google said it got the message. The workers disagree.

Recode’s Kara Swisher talks with six of the organizers of the Nov. 1 protests, who say the company’s response has been deeply inadequate.

Full video and transcript: Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi at Code 2018

"Just like Amazon sells third party goods, we are going to also offer third party transportation services. So, we wanna kinda be the Amazon for transportation."

Here’s how you can trace an ’80s hip-hop beat back to 1910

Vox.com’s senior video producer Estelle Caswell explains it all.

Full video and transcript: Snap CEO Evan Spiegel at Code 2018

"As time goes on, I think it will become clear to more and more people that our values are really hard to copy."

Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram was the greatest regulatory failure of the past decade, says Stratechery’s Ben Thompson

Instagram gave Facebook unfair reach, Thompson argues.

Tech companies like Google are giving workers the right to take sexual harassment claims to court — but employees are calling for more

Employees and labor activists say they want to see an end to forced arbitration in all cases — not just for sexual harassment — and for all workers.

Watch: Scott Galloway’s provocative predictions on Amazon, Walmart and the future of retail

Why Walmart will beat Amazon at groceries.

Should the First Amendment apply to Facebook? It’s complicated.

The executive director of the Knight First Amendment Institute, Jameel Jaffer, unpacks the answer on the latest Recode Decode.

Instagram is cracking down on services that sell ‘Likes’ and followers

Instagram is going to rely on "machine learning tools" to cut down on people gaming the system.

A top Silicon Valley investor is considering adding a new weapon to its arsenal: Loans

General Catalyst has been weighing a new business that would be another evolution in the Silicon Valley investing playbook: A credit fund that would lend money to startups.

Marc Benioff defends Salesforce’s contract with Customs and Border Protection

"Every company in our industry will now have to look at the ethical and humane use of the technology that they’re building."

The San Francisco air quality is so bad that Uber drivers are selling masks out of their cars

The city has seen some of the worst air quality in the world in the past few days.

Facebook’s top execs ‘make tobacco executives look like Mister Rogers’

The company is under fire, again, this time for years of dirty tricks exposed by the New York Times.

Attend Recode Decode LIVE in Washington, D.C., with Kara Swisher and NBC News journalists Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell and Hallie Jackson

After 20,000 workers walked out, Google said it got the message. The workers disagree.

Recode’s Kara Swisher talks with six of the organizers of the Nov. 1 protests, who say the company’s response has been deeply inadequate.

Should the First Amendment apply to Facebook? It’s complicated.

The executive director of the Knight First Amendment Institute, Jameel Jaffer, unpacks the answer on the latest Recode Decode.

Facebook’s top execs ‘make tobacco executives look like Mister Rogers’

The company is under fire, again, this time for years of dirty tricks exposed by the New York Times.

Facebook’s board is throwing public support behind Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg — who are on Facebook’s board

Also: Zuckerberg gave Sandberg his personal vote of confidence following a damning New York Times story published Wednesday.

Washington pummels Facebook: ‘Big tech can no longer be trusted’

One senator says the company "actually encouraged anti-Semitism" by hiring an opposition-research firm.

Facebook’s top lawyer — who said he was leaving the company — isn’t leaving after all, because Facebook is still in crisis

General Counsel Colin Stretch said in July that he was leaving. Now he’s staying into 2019.

Netflix will get ads, predicts The Trade Desk CEO Jeff Green

Reed Hastings wants to compete with YouTube overseas, and the only way it can do that is by offering a free-with-ads option, Green says on Recode Media.

Who does Facebook fire after a bombshell New York Times investigation?

The news leader published a damning story about the social media giant’s handling of recent scandals, so who gets the blame? If anyone.

Watch Marc Benioff try to explain what he’s going to do with Time magazine

"I’m the inspiring visionary!"

Why nonprofits should think more like tech companies

"Social Startup Success" author Kathleen Kelly Janus explains on the latest episode of Recode Decode.

Marc Benioff says he had rabbis and imams supporting the Prop C homelessness tax — but not tech CEOs

Business leaders are conditioned with a "Pavlovian" response against tax hikes, said the Salesforce CEO.

Josh Harder has won his congressional race to become the only venture capitalist in the House of Representatives

The entire race was effectively a referendum on Silicon Valley.

Jeff Bezos has confirmed the HQ2 decision and it’s the embodiment of Amazon’s emotionless practicality

Duh.

How Amazon’s HQ2 and HQ3 locations compare with Seattle and the U.S. overall

"National Landing" and Long Island City have high office vacancy rates and are both cheaper places to buy homes than Seattle.

Airbnb is donating $5 million toward helping the homeless in San Francisco

It’s the biggest donation the company has made in its hometown to date.

Is the Daily Beast the new Gawker?

The site’s new Editor in Chief Noah Shachtman wants to take "full, big, considered swings" at the targets who deserve it.

How a Democratic fundraiser taught everyone his Silicon Valley tricks

RevUp CEO Steve Spinner cracked the code on raising money for politicians online. And he says it’s not so different from raising money for a startup.

The exec who built Snapchat Discover is leaving the company

Nick Bell is stepping down following some recent management changes and four-plus tumultuous years.

Amazon is dominant online, but local retail still has advantages Jeff Bezos can’t replicate

Sometimes it’s worth putting on your shoes and taking a walk.