At least one person whom "Thad Williams" helped send to DC bragged about carrying a firearm to the nation's capital.
Social media companies banned Trump, but not the groups he inspired.
“We are extending the block indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks,” wrote CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the announcement.
The collective delusion finally reached the level of violence it always threatened.
The mob that forced Congress to flee organized on both obscure and mainstream sites.
Malvina Shabes escaped Poland during World War II and found refuge in Canada. A COVID-19 outbreak in a retirement home killed her.
"Following the science is necessary but not sufficient," said Matthew Seeger, a risk communication expert.
“i guess the creeps aren’t gonna be thrilled of this feature 😌”
Lies about science, civil rights, and the vote itself have turned Americans against one another.
From a wedding in Schitt's Creek to an out-of-this-world episode of Lovecraft Country, here are our picks for the best TV show episodes of 2020.
It was in all caps!
Watch out for baseless claims of voter fraud.
The US president repeated several claims that have already been shown to be false.
There's no evidence for falsehoods designed to call into doubt the legitimacy of the election.
“The online misinformation has been relentless. Have never seen anything like this,” said one local official.
Watch out for images and videos being taken out of context.
In a leaked email, an executive said, "we are not going to ban specific individuals from being guests on other people’s shows.”
In its secret chat, the group that sprang from Charlottesville is creating a new generation of white supremacists.
The action follows the company canceling an event at San Francisco State University where Leila Khaled was meant to give a talk.
No, Trump Didn't Say "Good" In Response To A Question About Kids Separated From Their Parents At The Border
A clip from the debate shows that the president said "go ahead" to the moderator.