The top editor of a Chinese government-controlled paper accused the U.S. of hypocrisy.
A Chinese newspaper aligned with the country's government published a story that downplays the Pentagon's monitoring of potentially dangerous space debris from a Chinese rocket as "nothing but Western hype."
Last month, Park Sang-hak said he launched hot air balloons carrying 500,000 leaflets, 5,000 one-dollar bills and 500 anti-North Korean booklets across the border.
The government refutes claims from Western media that it's demolishing mosques.
CNN anchor Erin Burnett said that broadcasting portions of President Donald Trump's Wednesday speech "would amplify things that factually untrue."
"I think it's really important to be straightforward with the American people," Kennedy said.
A total of 29 officers have been removed from their positions for swapping extremist messages on WhatsApp groups.
The head of the Federal Election Commission warned American voters not to expect the results of the upcoming presidential election on the night of November 3, she urged everyone to "take a deep breath" as they await the count.
Deepfakes of presidents are just the beginning of the possible dangers of video-morphing technology.
The fliers aim to "inform North Koreans about the truth of the Korean War," according to the leader of a defector group.
The North Korean People's Army's General Staff said Monday the move would assist in "fortifying the front line and further strengthening the military border with South Korea."
Kim Yo Jong referred to the defectors from North Korea as "human scum little short of wild animals who betrayed their own homeland."
He offered a scathing rebuke Saturday of Chinese government officials and their country's state-run media outlets for producing "obscene propaganda" that looks to capitalize on U.S. civil unrest.
The European Union's foreign policy chief cautioned member states against allowing China to take advantage of diplomatic divisions between them in order to impose their "state-centric" stance.
"I'm convinced China will never cooperate with a serious investigation unless they are made to do so," Senator Lindsey Graham said.
"I never even thought of changing the date of the election," Trump said. "Why would I do that?"
The social network took action yesterday after multiple researchers flagged over 9,000 profiles that appeared to be spreading content promoting the political interests of the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
The secretary of state's comments come after President Donald Trump appeared to downplay reports of coronavirus propaganda, saying "every country does it."
Four alleged white supremacists were arrested Wednesday for sending hate propaganda to journalists and activists in four different states.
Residents of Ferndale, Washington found white supremacist flyers in the downtown area, presumably connected to the recent installation of a #NoHate sculpture at a local high school.
Television journalist Vladimir Solovyov, often criticized for his close ties to Vladimir Putin, has been awarded a Guinness World Record for "most hours of live television presented by a host in one week"
The CBP officer's "questions had nothing to do with re-entry into the United States," journalist Ben Watson told Newsweek.
Gordon MacMillan, who joined Twitter in 2013 and is listed as the company's Head of Editorial for EMEA, is also part of the British Army's "information warfare" unit.
Last month, Twitter took down almost 200,000 China-linked accounts that were trying to undermine the protests in Hong Kong.
"Work is underway, and I think the result will be there soon," said Deputy Foreign Minister Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov.
The 2020 Democratic primary made his comments as President Donald Trump hit back at those on Fox News who criticize his administration.
"Talk radio's hosts and their station management remain mouthpieces eager to repeat the lines Trump inserts," the ex-CIA analyst argued.
The long-time journalist and broadcaster told CNN the president's social media output was "ridiculous, but...unrelenting."