As the Syrian military and its allies advance on the ISIS' last stronghold south of Damascus, the jihadis' tactics grow more bloody.
Fighters seemed to struggle with the leapfrogging exercises in particular.
Most had a Reddit karma score of zero, but one had almost reached 100,000.
Tweets were suspended for circulating fake news and "malicious information."
The world's most powerful social network still seems to have a major Russian troll problem.
"I feel for my former colleagues being forced to read this garbage."
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Russia was like a beast with "long arms" and "lots of tentacles."
CNN President Jeff Zucker called Fox News a "state-run TV propaganda machine" while excoriating President Donald Trump and "fake news."
CEO says he is confident Facebook can curb any state-sponsored disruption of November's political races.
Some straightforward policy tips for countering Russian disinformation campaigns.
A new ISIS video, entitled "Assault of the Brave Against the Army of the Americans," shows the last moments of four Green Berets killed in Niger last year.
The social network will evaluate the "health" of conversations.
Shortly after the clip went viral, local news outlets reported that the fence had vanished.
Russian bots have been busy tweeting about Parkland, gun control, Florida and Nikolas Cruz, the alleged shooter.
Pyongyang can't have all of the U.S. within range, the deputy head of the Russian Senate's Defense and Security Committee said.
As Washington urges Russia's state-funded network to register as a "foreign agent," Moscow is considering restrictions on all international press.
Trump's "bad year" has left the Russian media, which once tore into his opponent, lambasting him for his "total collapse."
Russian TV's top state ideologue suggested Weinstein and others are too harshly dealt with because today "you can present everything as harassment."
Russia's Foreign Ministry has vowed to "surprise" Washington if Kremlin-funded outlets are blocked and accused Twitter of being beholden to the U.S. security agencies.
The social media giant has outdone market expectations and advertisers keep lining up despite Russian propaganda ads controversy.
People spotted a problem with Sergei Shoigu's claim about Russia's role in taking back territory from Islamist groups.
Fearless ISIS recruits in Yemen may have completed jihadi training, but not before being subject to an excruciating hazing routine.