The New York Times spends 10,000 words in some 199 paragraphs on the alleged 'Russian influence' in the U.S. election.
It has severe implications for free speech
Russians who refuse to take down online information that has been judged "false" by a court could be sentenced to up to a year in prison under a bill approved by MPs Tuesday in a key second reading.
A day after unveiling his first major charitable initiative (an announcement that arrived, coincidentally, we're sure, after a bruising week of headlines detailing the latest crop of worker-abuse allegations directed at Amazon)...
"And the Oscar goes to..."
The journalistic lies of CNN and Carl Bernstein are so blatant and disturbing that even Glenn Greenwald, who helped break the Edward Snowden story, has published a scathing piece exposing the gross journalistic misconduct that now appears to be rou
Can YOU tell which one is real? Creepy AI transfers facial expressions in videos from one person to another and could be used to create fake news
The only massed forces I came across were vast herds of sheep and, close to Aleppo, a string of camels. War might be coming, but not yet
Time to get the lawyers involved...
Oliver Darcy looks like he's about to cry Alex Jones confronted Oliver Darcy, the CNN reporter who lobbied both Facebook and YouTube to shut down Infowars over a period of 6 months. The incident occurred outside a hearing on Big Tech censorship a
Mark Dice-Chuck Todd has Figured out all the problems
Singles out NYT reporter: She "pretends she knows what she's talking about."
The media continues to get the President's North Korean peace initiative all wrong: in some cases this is due to laziness, Washington-centric group-think, and just plain ignorance. In other cases, it is quite deliberate.
President Trump is only his handyman
In a bombshell media scandal that's growing by the hour, the tag-team of CNN and Watergate-fame journalism legend Carl Bernstein have been caught red-handed fabricating utterly fake news in a desperate effort to cast criminal blame upon President D
Lanny Davis, attorney for former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, told Buzzfeed on Monday that he was a source for CNN's article last month claiming that Cohen would tell Special Counsel Robert Mueller that President Trump knew about the June 2016 Trump
CIA spies operating within the Kremlin have suddenly "gone to ground" according to the New York Times, citing American officials clearly abusing their security clearances.
I've been working on a commentary about fake news with a similar theme as Harari's new book. But since Harari is far more gifted thinker and writer, I can now delete the piece.
Today's the day when The Boston Globe's 'call to action' for the nation's newspapers to collude to fight back against what they called Trump's "dirty war against the free press" went into action with over 400 newspapers publishing anti-Trump editoria
The Los Angeles times has refused to participate in the Boston Globe's coordinated 'call to action' in which they have colluded with over 400 newspapers to publish anti-Trump editorials.
All over the world, specifically motivated arson attacks, shootings, knifings, and gang violence eruptions are occurring.
Mark Dice Video- Covers The NYT and Trump Derangement Syndrome-Future propaganda
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the medias attempt to silence certain voices while at the same time saying it is they who are being attacked by the current presidential administration and they are th
Plays can be bought for pennies and delivered in bulk, inflating videos' popularity and making the social media giant vulnerable to manipulation.
This is why they're called 'fake news'
Appearing on the Jimmy Kimmel show, and facing a grilling over his support of President Trump, Kanye West declared Thursday that he refuses to be a prisoner to "monolithic thought."
Quoting Wikipedia as your credible source is a bit like citing CNN as the go-to site for all the latest info on Donald Trump. And anyway, that "scientifically accurate explainer" is at best vague, at worst far more misleading than the videos it
Following substantial criticism over selling t-shirts adorned with the phrase: "You Are Very Fake News," the Newseum has issued an apology for selling the product, adding it has removed the shirts from the gift shop and online store.