Doctored videos of opponents, misleading Google search results and fake Twitter names show the disinformation virus has spread across the Atlantic.
The former Fox News host called out autocrats spreading “garbage and lies masquerading as news” in his first comments since leaving the network.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says he challenged President Trump because “This is America ... And here, right matters.”
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says a Ukrainian official asked him to be the country’s defense minister, but that he repeatedly turned down the post and reported it to the appropriate U.S. officials.
Cavuto also explained what constitutes "fake news" in his direct address to the president.
The social media giant removed billions of fake accounts this year, but still faces criticism over its role in the 2020 presidential election.
Many derided the president's son for touting his book's bestselling status in a paper his dad insists offers "fake news."
The New York Times reports the video shows a fake Trump attacking versions of PBS and HuffPost, as well as a fake Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Although "fake news" was popularized by Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election campaign, the term actually dates back to 1890.
The platform's latest influencers are election hoaxers and conspiracy theorists.
The officer reportedly asked the question four times before handing back the man's passport.
Two of Fox News biggest stars, Shepard Smith and Tucker Carlson are involved in a bitter fight after one host called out the other host.
The president is suggesting that Elliott Management -- led by GOP megadonor Paul Singer -- violate press freedom at CNN.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo went after a Trump 2020 spokesperson who said President Donald Trump doesn’t lie.
The app was used to spread misinformation that helped elect far-right authoritarian Jair Bolsonaro. It still serves as a platform for radicalization.
Conspiracy theorists have capitalized on YouTube’s change to its algorithm by using it to rally their bases for grassroots promotion.
The newspaper’s board criticized the president for kissing off concerns about Russian interference in elections at the G-20 summit.
Republicans are nearly three times more likely than Democrats to say journalists create a lot of fake news.
The "John Wick Chapter 3" actor's quotes are "fabricated" and "pieced together from several interviews," a rep told HuffPost.
Gates dismissed Pratchett's prediction in a newly resurfaced chat between the pair.