In 30 of 48 examined countries, Oxford researchers discover evidence of political parties using "computational propaganda" during elections or referendums.
The administration rebuffs an effort backed by the Russian president to hold a referendum in separatist-leaning eastern Ukraine on the region's future.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, the author of a new book about his long career, assesses his reporting of some of the most significant stories of the last half-century.
Her latest documentary looks at the pathology of greed and fame. “I thought the financial crash was going to teach us," she says. "And yet a lot of people went right back to living the same way as they had before.”
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the president has asked national security adviser John Bolton to invite the Russian leader and "those discussions are already underway."
A new report finds an “unlikely global alliance” of fake news disseminators in the runup to the 2016 election.
In an age when memory is under attack, a critical review of history becomes a source of hope and a tool of resistance.
The EPA makes the change, which affects more than 400 U.S. coal-fired power plants, after utilities push back against Obama-era regulations. The companies are expected to save roughly $30 million a year as a result.
The Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki is the biggest news of the year so far, but let us not lose sight of all the critically important related stories that are going untold.