The same mainstream media that can’t get enough of the U.S. president is essentially silent on only one thing: the coverage itself.
This is a worldview that reinforces a contempt for human rights in the name of financial expediency and the cynical pursuit of political power.
Ethnic cleansing against a minority group was helped by social media.
Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley reflects on Trump's ultranationalism and the eerie parallels between the U.S. and pre-war Germany.
The gig economy is being driven by those who seek to cut costs; this begins and ends with their ability to wiggle out of being considered “employers” in any sense.
Nothing the president does seems to rattle this crowd enough to make it lose faith. Here’s why.
The president tweets that the 2016 Trump Tower meeting between a Kremlin-connected lawyer and his son was to collect information about Hillary Clinton, which he calls "totally legal and done all the time in politics."
In 30 of 48 examined countries, Oxford researchers discover evidence of political parties using "computational propaganda" during elections or referendums.
A new report finds an “unlikely global alliance” of fake news disseminators in the runup to the 2016 election.