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Twitter talks about its bot problem and fake news

Twitter has elaborated on how it's approaching the spread of fake news and misinformation on its platform. After facing heavy criticism for allowing giant "botnets" of fake users to proliferate, the company said it's "doubling down" on the bot problem.

How fake news is changing social media and search online

Fake news has been a stumbling point for internet companies since it came to the attention of the world last year. As the problem continues to spread, social networks and search providers are still devising ways of holding back and reversing the tide.

Op-Ed: Trump praises the coal sector as he destroys the Paris Accord

President Trump's announcement on Thursday that the U.S. was pulling out of the Paris climate pact hit the global community like a sledgehammer, and the reverberations are still being felt today. At least he made the coal sector happy.

Over 200 theaters to show Orwell's '1984' to protest Trump

Nearly 200 theaters worldwide plan to screen the film version of George Orwell's dystopian classic, "1984" simultaneously on Tuesday, April 4 in an international stand against President Donald Trump.

Trump admits Fox News source of fake Swedish terror attack claim

Embarrassed by yet another "alternative fact"-based "fake news" gaffe, President Donald Trump on Sunday admitted that the Islamist terror attack he falsely suggested happened last night in Sweden was something he saw on Fox News.

Kellyanne Conway apologizes for inventing fake terror attack

Reeling from the fallout of "alternative facts" and inventing a fake Islamist terror attack, Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President Donald Trump, apologized on Tuesday for fabricating the non-existing "Bowling Green massacre."

Op-Ed: Are 'Senior moments' the reason behind all the POTUS falsehoods?

Trying to sort through POTUS quotes, deciding which one is true and which is a bald-faced lie, is getting to be a pain in the rear-end. And the thing that bothers me is that there are ardent followers that believe Trump is speaking the gospel truth.

Op-Ed: Call Trump's 'alternative facts' what they really are — lies

Washington - The Trump administration dedicated its very first press briefing to addressing what the new president apparently felt was the most pressing issue of the day. It wasn't fighting ISIS, uplifting the American worker or even repealing Obamacare.

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