Donald Trump's fear-stoking and hysterical takedowns of established facts fuels a dangerous movement that has brought back diseases scientists long ago vanquished. Will defiant ignorance kill us?
When local media fail to do their jobs by checking facts, corroborating sources, or simply asking follow-up questions as they did in Sioux Falls, SD, following a bomb scare, they're the ones creating "fake news."
InfoWars' fake news—that Texas mass-murderer Devin Kelly was part of Antifa—has one purpose: to incite fear and hatred. And in an increasingly fascist regime, more people are believing him.
Few subjects elicit as many brazen lies as the anti-abortion movement. So why are journalists so uncomfortable with calling them out?
The $3.9 billion Sinclair-Tribune merger will spread conservative propaganda throughout the country. Is Twitter our only hope for independent news?
Our Dear Feared Leader has launched a propaganda hour on Facebook delivering only what he wants to hear. The news might be fake, but the threat is so very real.
What a flubbed abortion-access story can teach us about the "fake news" era.
The Trump administration has let loose a menacing chaos on our nation that may doom his presidency, his party. And our democracy.
At times, it feels like the unrelenting onslaught of news is too much to process. Is there a way to remain informed, stay in the fight, and take care of ourselves?
No. 45 has betrayed his voters from the moment he was inaugurated. So why are they so fiercely devoted to him?