"I have seen the lights blinking red in terms of what Mr. Trump has done and is doing," said John Brennan, former CIA chief.
Twitter remains one of the few mainstream social media outlets where Infowars content is active—but for how long?
According to the Venezuelan government, those arrested worked with other plotters in Miami and Colombia.
Streaming service Spotify faced criticism from users and politically-minded podcast hosts for hosting hundreds of "The Alex Jones Show" broadcasts from the Infowars conspiracy theorist.
While the West, Israel and Jordan welcomed the evacuation of the White Helmets, Syria and Russia view the group as an enemy.
The Russian president insisted he and Trump had made "useful agreements," but the Department of State said all Washington received were proposals it had not yet accepted.
The number of people who think grey cardinals govern steer world affairs has skyrocketed since the start of Russia's fallout with the West.
A prosecutor in Hawaii landed herself on the wrong side of the law when she allegedly duped her grandmother out of $20,000 and used some of the proceeds to finance a love affair with her firefighter boyfriend.
The head of Iran's meteorological service said that, unless the general knows something he doesn't, there's no way a country can steal clouds.
"He's going to have to bring his toothbrush to court on Friday," a former U.S. attorney said Tuesday.
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public "truth tellers."
Author Bret Easton Ellis continued his years-long ridicule of "leftist hysteria" Monday, warning that Kanye West's recent departure from Democratic Party politics will likely see several celebrities following suit.
A woman named Emma Gonzalez was targeted by conspiracy theorists after she was mistaken for the Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivor with the same name.
Representative Jim Jordan previously claimed Hillary Clinton's campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.
As with other high-profile incidents involving violence in Syria that has been blamed on Assad, conspiracy theorists are calling the attack a hoax.
Tweets were suspended for circulating fake news and "malicious information."
Russia, Iran and Syria suspect that the U.S. is trying to split Syria and the region as a whole in order to take advantage of the unrest.
The Rich family has taken aggressive steps to fight back against conspiracy theories surrounding Seth's murder.
Monero, an "experimental" cryptocurrency, is popular with extremists and criminals who seek to operate outside of the eye of law enforcement.
The U.S. and Iran are both fighting ISIS, but accuse one another of destabilizing the Middle East.
YouTube recently pledged to hire 10,000 new employees to monitor the platform.
The Alex Jones Channel was recently hit with YouTube content strikes.