A video on Twitter featuring the first lady at a Christmas reading event for children appears to end with profanity directed at her.
One year later, Facebook and Twitter are still ignoring warnings about half of the accounts they knew spread COVID-19 misinformation, keeping their users' health at risk.
A new viral video claims to contain "new graphic" footage of the incident during the January 6 Capitol insurrection as the rioter lay unconscious on the ground.
The former president says Californians are paying $7.50 per gallon, but is he correct?
As the Kyle Rittenhouse trial jury deliberates a verdict, rumors about bricks appearing on the streets of Kenosha are spreading on social media.
Thomas Binger's demonstration of the rifle in court infuriated some gun safety advocates, fueling claims online that he breached security protocols.
The video, promoted heavily by vaccine skeptics, went viral despite some social media users questioning its authenticity.
A week ago Biden was staring into the abyss. By Saturday morning, the story was almost entirely different.
NewsGuard Misinformation Monitor: Toxic TikTok: Popular social-media video app feeds vaccine misinformation to kids within minutes after they sign up
"The world is watching the defeat of the U.S. and NATO's military might," Saleh said, "... a defeat in the hands of a Pakistan-based, Pakistan-backed and Pakistan-led group."
Democrats place renewed emphasis on cancelling college debt as President Joe Biden extends the pause on federal student loan payments until January 31, 2022.
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.