COVID-19 patients are dying by suicide, but so are those who have not gotten tested or those whose results were negative. Here's one of the reasons why.
After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg disagreed with Twitter's decision to fact check the president, misinformation about him was shared widely on the internet, including his own platform.
Four ways to survive the social media "infodemic."
People assume when an article isn't flagged as questionable, it's true, according to a new study from MIT.
Williams, whose long tenure at Fox News included several years at 'Fox and Friends,' will work on editorial video strategy at the social network.
No previous fact-checking or journalism experience required.
Wallace broke ranks with his pro-Trump network to call the president a historic threat to the press.
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A year out from the election, the sharing of fake news is accelerating, and this time it's homegrown.
Police say they opened fire after they were surrounded by Muslim protesters. "We had no options."
A new study examined thousands of deepfake videos posted online.