Kendall Jenner Say She Is ‘Taking This Quarantine V Seriously’ After Getting Called Out By Fans

Watch what you post! We’re sure you’ve seen plenty of celebs and influencers adding disclaimers onto their content to inform followers when photos were taken pre-social distancing, but Kendall Jenner quickly caught heat after not doing this! Related: ‘Outlander’ Hunk Sam Heughan Catches Heat For Vacationing Amid Pandemic On Tuesday, the 24-year-old snapped a quick video to her Instagram Story showing off a red convertible along with the caption: “just had to start her up” (c) Kendall Jenner/Instagram Story A fan on Twitter shared a screenshot, and called out the supermodel, assuming she was going for a drive: “UHMMM NO, Stay Home. @kendalljenner” It wasn’t long before Kenny jumped in to defend herself, and tweeted: “of course i’m staying home!! …

Twitter is donating $1M across two foundations to support journalism during the coronavirus pandemic

Social media companies have been hard at work to make sure they play a helpful rather than harmful role in disseminating news and information about the coronavirus pandemic. Today, Twitter took an extra step beyond its own platform to put its efforts into the wider, already under-pressure world of journalism. Twitter announced that it would be donating $1 million equally between two organizations, the Committee to Protect Journalists and the International Women’s Media Foundation, to further their work specifically related to supporting those reporting on COVID-19. Organizations like the IWMF and the CJP always play a vital role — respectively in supporting the work of female journalists and in defending all journalists who are working in complicated environments or with tricky …

The “Single Most Important DA Race in the Country” Is Headed to a Runoff

In the sweeping progressive movement to elect district attorneys to reform the criminal justice system, there’s perhaps no greater prize than Los Angeles. It’s home to the biggest district attorney’s office in the country by far, and to the biggest jail system. Weeks after the March 3 primary, the final ballots are still being counted, but enough are in to know the next step, and progressives are cheering: Candidate George Gascón, running on a platform of lowering the prison population, clinched just enough votes to proceed to a runoff in November against the more moderate incumbent, Jackie Lacey. In Los Angeles, the top two candidates in a primary qualify for a runoff unless one wins more than half the total …

VidCon joins the list of events canceled by COVID-19

If you heard the collective grieving shriek of a thousand Instagram influencers, YouTubers and their followers, it’s because VidCon has been canceled. It’s the latest mega-event to fall prey to the social distancing measures put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. In a statement, the conference organizers said: VidCon is dedicated to delivering premium entertainment experiences across the globe. Our first priority is the safety and health of our attendees, sponsors, speakers, creators, and staff. Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and the precautions being taken by authorities worldwide to manage this pandemic, we have come to the difficult decision to cancel the 11th annual VidCon in Anaheim this June. All tickets and pre-ordered merch that have …