A new report finds an “unlikely global alliance” of fake news disseminators in the runup to the 2016 election.
In a conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter, Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges wonders if the era of great journalism that Hersh embodies has passed.
"Scheer Intelligence" podcast host Robert Scheer and guest Jennifer Rothman cover a topic that was once the concern of a relatively few famous and powerful people but has now become just about everybody's business.
The president asks why the comedian wasn't dismissed by the TBS network for using a vulgar term to describe his daughter Ivanka.
Facebook is shutting down its problematic "trending" news section after four years, claiming the tool is outdated and wasn't popular.
“Although this sounds like something from a movie, it isn’t,” says the lead prosecutor of one of six courts martial. None of the 14 airmen disciplined was accused of using drugs while on duty.
The move has provoked a swift backlash across social media.
The company says it discovered a bug that stored passwords in an internal log in an unprotected form, although there's no indication of a breach or that any passwords were misused.
Social media platforms have become central to our modern lives, but evidence is mounting that who we "friend" and what we "like" and share can be used by malevolent groups.