President Donald Trump will remain in office, despite the mountain of evidence against him, largely because of where many Americans get their "news."
Trump enjoys high approval ratings because he innures his followers to objective reporting. But his war on the media is now reaching frighetning new heights.
Republicans now routinely refer to AOC as a liar. They don't bother to offer proof. But it's not about facts at all.
It's Trump's challengers Americans need to hear—not their caricatures in his twisted hall of mirrors.
The president's favorite putdowns on Twitter function as a virtual Rorschach test for his own personality, traits and behavior
Twitter's co-founder lambasted Fox News as far more powerful and destructive than the social network. But is he right?
She sometimes succumbs to Twitter's darker side, but she also consistently shows us how we might do better. And, in doing so, she shows us what Twitter could be.
Trump's rhetoric undermines civility, erodes democratic norms, weakens the rule of law, fuels racial hatred, and promotes political violence.