Cohen demanded the satirical news organization remove the article immediately and issue an apology.
President Donald Trump's former Secretary of State told graduating seniors that they had a responsibility to "confront the crisis of ethics and integrity in our society and among our leaders."
A wide swath of seemingly sophisticated fake news stories began circulating about comedian Michelle Wolf, including one alleging she was arrested for bestiality.
A 46-year-old man was sentenced to a week in jail and fined over $2,000.
Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer testified in front of the U.K government's fake news committee.
"The Russian disinformation campaign has already begun," a Pentagon spokeswoman said.
Sinclair Broadcast Group has come under fire for having its anchors read out conservative messaging.
"This is not the graphic we are looking for. Hold off. Take that down please," Howard Kurtz said.
"They're all part of the deep state."
Tweets were suspended for circulating fake news and "malicious information."
It was once the case that most stations were local, independently owned businesses. But during the 1970s, these individual stations started to be absorbed by station groups.
The candidate said her donors' contributions "will never be used to enrich these chilling right-wing efforts."
"Sinclair is far superior to CNN and even more Fake NBC, which is a total joke," Trump tweeted.
"I feel for my former colleagues being forced to read this garbage."
The Russians have keenly recognized that they could subvert the modern dependence on social media as a seemingly trustworthy platform for news and information.
The bill proposed jail sentences and hefty fines for anyone found guilty of publishing fake news.
CNN President Jeff Zucker called Fox News a "state-run TV propaganda machine" while excoriating President Donald Trump and "fake news."
The actor is not going Down Under.
Don Lemon said he shouldn't have used Hope Hicks's resignation to point out that Fox News buries stories that are unflattering to President Donald Trump or his White House. "I mean, that was a bad example. And so apologies for that," he said.
Far-right Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache is on the losing end of a court ruling after he accused left-wing activists of of "public insults."
Former White House technology advisor tells Newsweek there's "no one magic silver bullet."
Trump's policies would have banned 57 percent of all legal immigrants, nearly 23 million people.
ICE, which deports undocumented immigrants, is hankering after a place in the Intelligence Community.