Singer Mina Lioness says she was the person who came up with one of Lizzo’s most famous lyrics.
Scammers have cooked up a truly strange scheme to leech traffic from journalists.
The former vice president's 2020 campaign said that it "inadvertently left out" some citations and has since updated the plan.
The former New York Times editor insisted that lifting other people's work is OK if credited in the footnotes.
The former New York Times executive editor is under fire as several journalists have accused her of plagiarizing in her book, "Merchants of Truth."
The president shared what appeared to be the exact same picture that CNN's Jim Acosta posted online hours earlier.
Style & Beauty
Swimwear label Bfyne pointed out the striking similarities between swimsuits in Silvia Ulson's line and one of their past collections.
A Reddit user accused Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, of ripping off Jase Harley's 2016 song "American Pharaoh."
Her new booklet on kids' online activity looks lots like one the Federal Trade Commission released in 2014.
Previously, Joseph Kopser's Facebook event invitation copied language from a Democratic opponent.
Timothy Parker was already a polarizing name before this week’s puzzle.
Academia itself is a reproduction of the problematic structures existing outside, and far below, the Ivory Tower.
The pundit has been accused of plagiarizing parts of her 2012 book and her 2000 Ph.D. dissertation.
Scott McInnis, a former U.S. representative and current Mesa County commissioner, called Fischer "a water giant in his time
“This is not your language,” her professor said.
Culture & Arts
When you write something, no matter how many times the idea has been conveyed, it is unique because YOU are unique. No one will a write something exactly as you do. And we need every last version, every individual nuance, every voice.
Given how fast technology has advanced in the last few decades, the protection of your digital property can be a matter of
The good thing is that those who come up with ideas, will come up with new ones. Plagurists will always stay a step behind