Disinformation and deepfakes are especially acute concerns in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
Biden on Monday also accused Pete Buttigieg of "stealing" his health plan.
Two press releases revealed a good Monday for Senator Sanders: He is officially on the primary ballot for Super Tuesday in March, and he will be endorsed by Iowa's largest progressive organization on Thursday.
Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer's campaign purchased the "Keep America Great" domain in order to garner donations by selling "Trump is a Fraud & a Failure" bumper stickers.
Twitter banned Danielle Stella's account after she tweeted that Rep. Ilhan Omar should be tried for treason and hanged in reference to unsubstantiated allegations.
The CGI star of a new "Star Wars" TV series would be the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination if social media interactions mattered more than votes.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate said some of her rivals were "dismissing" and disrespecting millions of the network's viewers.
An anonymous former employee of Manhattan GMAT told BuzzFeed News that Yang "spoke positively" of her work before she was fired.
Estuardo Rodriguez told Newsweek that a recently resurfaced 2011 TV interview with Buttigieg went to the "root of why there may be a lack of interest" in him among minority voters.
The billionaire media mogul has a huge pool of wealth to draw from in his campaign for the Democratic nomination—and he's willing to use a lot of it.
The poll also showed that a majority of New Hampshire voters disapprove of President Trump.
The billionaire owner of Bloomberg News also claimed he knew how to "take on the powerful special interests that corrupt Washington."
The unknown writer behind a famous 2018 op-ed also said other administration officials were "considering adding their voices before votes are cast in 2020."
The former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld has thrown his hat into the ring as a contender for the 2020 Republican party nomination.
The candidate's spokesperson said Buttigieg was referring to "structural barriers.. that disproportionately impact low-income and minority communities." But The Root senior writer said Buttigieg failed to "make the people in power stare into the sun and see the blinding light of racism."
Ted Keller and his wife Mary both made donations to Joe Biden's primary campaign in July this year following previous donations to the Republican National Committee.
"I'm running for president to defeat Donald Trump and rebuild America," Michael Bloomberg, 77, announced on Sunday.
"...there are a lot of kids—especially in the lower income, minority neighborhoods—who literally just haven't seen it work. There isn't somebody they know personally who testifies to the value of education," Buttigieg said in 2011.
"Bloomberg could be a great president but his presence in the race will do great harm if he does not announce NOW a plan to sell his financial services and media companies," Painter tweeted Monday.
"We cannot afford four more years of President Trump's reckless and unethical actions," Bloomberg wrote in a letter explaining his candidacy.
Robert Anderson said that the 2016 interference would not be a one-off, and that Moscow operatives likely never stopped their activities.
The Black Lives Matter activist spent many years protesting the former Mayor of New York's policing policies.
After the billionaire and possible presidential candidate reportedly spent over $30 million on ads, Bernie Sanders criticized the move, saying Bloomberg can't "buy this election."
The Massachusetts senator and presidential contender was addressing Clark Atlanta University, a predominantly black college in the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr.
Love it or hate it, the viral meme fails to take into account a key element in the generational conflict: race.
The former Massachusetts governor was also found to have zero support among Democrat-leaning registered voters in a poll this week.
"Let's also talk about judgment, one of the foreign leaders you mentioned meeting was Bashar al-Assad," Buttigieg said to Gabbard. "I would not sit down with a murderous dictator like that."
Buttigieg emerged unscathed, Harris revived her flagging campaign, and Biden stumbled and fumbled.
Tulsi Gabbard and Hillary Clinton called each other names ranging from "Russian asset" to members of a corrupt "war machine" during a weeklong October fight.