The Trump team is using errors by CNN and The New York Times to discount all journalism, save for stories that serve its interests.
The president was not keen for the media to remain for the entirety of the meeting.
The social network is trying to tackle fake news following criticism that it allowed far-right groups to spread lies before the U.S. election.
There were 259 journalists in jail by the end of 2016, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Much of the West's opposition to Russia comes from a purely ideological root.
A look into the work of a 19th-century fake news writer helps explain the phenomenon in history.
France's polling commission warns that a Russian news story saying Fillon is in first place is 'non-representative' of the polling reality.
News organizations are teaming up with tech giants to fact-check stories shared online.
German authorities have braced for what they believe to be a campaign of Russian-sponsored hacking and fake news against Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Moscow is naming and shaming major U.S. news organizations for their coverage of Russia.
Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein says the president's attacks on the media are 'more treacherous than Richard Nixon's attacks on the press.'
Citizens are the new gatekeepers of information, and they have a responsibility to check their sources.
The fake news mindset can be traced back to the campus.
In the Quebec mosque attack, misreporting meant the attack was characterized as “Muslim terrorism" and boosted far-right propaganda.
After the "Pizzagate" shooting, we discuss whether the problem of fake news is out of control.