A legal complaint, compounded by Robert Mueller’s ongoing probes, could give the president many sleepless nights.
The film director sees choosing political affiliations as a "growing-up process where you have to educate yourself out of some old beliefs."
Journalist discusses new media platforms with Truthdig's Robert Scheer [transcript added].
The term has real power now, says Truthdig's editor in chief, "and you can use it against anyone who comes up with a narrative different from yours."
Since the election, some U.S. media and tech companies are using "fake news" hysteria to establish a Ministry of Truth.
The president slams the network's credibility after the resignations of three journalists involved in a retracted Russia-related story. (Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci, a subject of the story, is pictured.)
The United Arab Emirates ambassador to the U.S. heaps praise on work by journalist David Ignatius and uses the media to push for war.
The document allegedly leaked by whistleblower Reality Winner reinforces assertions made by President Trump that the Russia story is fake news.
With scoops based on leaks and unnamed sources, news consumers should view all reports on the investigation with skepticism.
The recent focus on the viability of news stories has overshadowed another method of spreading false political information.