A Muslim Teen Filed A Discrimination Claim After Receiving A Starbucks Cup With "ISIS" Written On It
"I actually couldn’t believe this was happening,” she told BuzzFeed News. Target, which operates the Starbucks location, says it was a mistake.
There's no evidence that the fireworks lighting up US cities are caused by anything other than oversupply and understimulation. That hasn't stopped the conspiracies.
As the platform regulates speech, social justice advocates want it to stop perpetuating the same structures of racism they experience offline.
It’s the latest example of Facebook suing people it says have abused its platform.
Donald Trump Amplified A Conspiracy Theory That Buffalo Protester Martin Gugino Was Trying To "Scan" The Police Before He Was Injured
It's all thanks to an "absolutely insane" report from pro-Trump cable outlet OAN.
A Popular QAnon Twitter Account That Claims To Have Explosive DC Dirt Is Really Just A Random Italian Guy
"Greg Rubini" isn't the person he claims to be.
People Say Pallets Of Bricks Are Showing Up Near Protests All Over The US. The Truth Is More Complicated.
As of now, there's no evidence to support claims of coordinated brick placements at protests.
We’re Keeping A Running List Of Hoaxes And Misleading Posts About The Nationwide Police Brutality Protests
As thousands protest the death of George Floyd, BuzzFeed News is debunking the hoaxes and disinformation that have been spreading online.
Drudge referred roughly 8 million views to the site since November.
We’ve spent more than three years preparing for an information apocalypse. Why couldn’t we stop it with the coronavirus?
These Are The Fake Experts Pushing Pseudoscience And Conspiracy Theories About The Coronavirus Pandemic
A guide to the spin doctors and conspiracy theorists clogging up your social media feed.
Using misleading Facebook pages and deceptive ads, ZestAds sold coronavirus masks at wildly inflated prices.
One business is booming during the pandemic — dog and cat scams.
This Nurse Is Speaking Out Against Coronavirus Rumors And Hoaxes That Are Putting Him And His Colleagues In Danger
The most trusted professionals in America are now the target of coronavirus conspiracies.
Roughly a billion emails promoted overpriced face masks with misleading claims. The man selling them says it isn't his fault.
New data reveals how a major company's COVID-19 ad keyword blocking starves the news media during a global pandemic.
“I think there we will unfortunately see more closures of newspapers, more news deserts as a result of this,” said one publisher.
“Pinterest just called my mom out for looking up DIY coronavirus face masks.”
Drinking water is good, but it won't kill the COVID-19 virus.
Gannett, Bonnier, Edmunds, and Elle were among the publishers receiving the traffic.