Through a series of fake news stories spread on social media, artist Brad Troemel blurs the line between performance art and conspiracy theory.
Researchers say thousands of COVID hoax videos—some from accounts tied to President Bolsonaro—are disappearing from YouTube after a government probe.
On Thursday night, Florida Republicans passed a bill that creates new restrictions on mail voting and drop boxes.
When Amy Poehler started trending on Twitter with a story about a stripper squirting vaginal fluids at cops, a woman’s mugshot resurfaced from 2008—but it’s not the first time.
The student circulated fake news of 13 students testing positive after coming to the school for a practical exam.
As real life increasingly mirrors the absurd, we speak to the founders of “fake” news pages to understand how these blurred lines impact them and us all.
In the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, finding treasure worth millions is fairly common.
A Brussel-based nonprofit has unearthed a global network that used over 750 fake media outlets to push anti-Pakistan and anti-China content.
If you’ve seen a certain hit Korean movie about zombies this story might be familiar to you.
We spoke to Marcus Gilroy-Ware, author of a new book that examines how we're always being conspired against –