Misinformation site Gateway Pundit dominates coverage of Maricopa County's election audit; grabs over five percent of all social media engagement on news articles.
The American president said the U.S. stands with Cuban protesters and condemned "decades of repression" by "Cuba's authoritarian regime."
A petition for a monthly $2,000 stimulus check is gaining traction, but there is little, if any, prospect of a fourth round of payments.
U.S. policymakers were sure that if China opened economically, political freedom would follow. Maybe it's time for a Mao Zedong-style self-criticism session.
The Fox News host loves to rally against those he accuses of participating in "cancel culture." But despite mutual loathing, he and his enemies have a symbiotic relationship.
The Republican faces calls for her to be expelled from the House after she compared a mask mandate to the Holocaust.
Natural News picked up the false claim from a familiar source of pandemic misinformation: Red-rated website Great Game India, which in January 2020 also spread a different falsehood that the COVID-19 virus was stolen from a Canadian lab.
Thousands of soldiers, civilians and contractors operate under false names, on the ground and in cyberspace. A Newsweek investigation of the ever-growing and unregulated world of "signature reduction."
A recent survey showed that Democrats were actually more likely to express increased interest in home-schooling than Republicans, breaking down the notion that home-schooling is only for conservative, white, religious families.
Palihapitiya is a corporate-friendly, Third Way centrist, with a sprinkle of social justice rhetoric but also an intense devotion to libertarian free-market triumphalism.
Working 9-5? If only. As millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet, Dolly Parton's song is tweaked to glorify the gig economy and a 12-hour workday.
Corporate lobbyists are pressing Democrats to limit eligibility for stimulus checks, even as new census data show nearly half of middle class families lost income during the pandemic.
David Goldbergerer told Newsweek that a permanent social media ban on Trump would be "ridiculous," but the platforms' decisions to do so does not violate the Constitution.
So far, it appears that just a handful of Republican senators—at best—would likely back the endeavor if a vote were held today.
The law enforcement and security people responsible for maintaining order in D.C. weren't ready, weren't properly organized and weren't impartial.
It took Congress less than a month to pass legislation giving a $700 billion bailout to bank executives during the financial crisis. Lawmakers have spent eight months mulling the far less expensive stimulus bill.
The president has advocated for the $2,000 boost, but this has been tied to his other demands. Democrats have called for a vote solely on the checks.
In a shrewd play for $2,000 stimulus checks, Sanders is leveraging a Pentagon bill to try to secure aid for millions of struggle Americans
Loeffler And Perdue are in position to end this battle right now, but they're backing McConnell's power-play instead.
The attorney general didn't purposely undermine President Trump's chances of winning a second term. But he sure didn't help.
In the final analysis of swing voters in the 2020 election, Trump dominated online conversations—and didn't end up being to his advantage.
Mexico's leftist president is helping Trump's immigration policies, in exchange for complete American non-intervention in his own affairs—something that may not be as easy under Biden.