Please, take me to the future now!
Upon examining the top 100 articles shares of social media, scientists discovered that many contained misleading or exaggerated claims.
With his State of the Union scheduled just days before another potential government shutdown, President Trump teased the possibility of a national emergency declaration.
After President Donald Trump took office, many voters doubted he would finish his term, much less stand for re-election, but as the 2020 race heats up, voters are increasingly confident the eventual Democratic nominee will indeed face off against the current occupant of the White House.
'A cultural, systemic shift is necessary if US media is to achieve gender parity,' says Women's Media Centre president
On the heels of controversial late-term abortion legislation from New York and Virginia in January and an early February Supreme Court ruling blocking a Louisiana state law that would have restricted access to the procedure, the latest Fox News Poll finds that voters remain divided on the issue.
After a seemingly endless series of trading days in which the market would spike higher as either the US or China would release some "trade deal optimism", today was a stark disappointment for the bulls because while the latest round of trade talks started in DC between the US and Chinese delegations, there were no "optimistic" leaks or Trump tweets. Instead, overnight in a surprising twist, reports hit that China had "indefinitely" banned Australian coal imports, a report which send AUD traders...
More research on how social media were used to spread disinformation in 2016 finds that the scope and reach of so-called "fake news" were greatly exaggerated. Looking at a large sample of Twitter users, a team of researchers from Harvard, Northeastern University, and SUNY–Buffalo have found that "fake news accounted for nearly 6% of all news consumption, but it was heavily concentrated." Just 1 percent of Twitter users saw 80 percent of the misleading or false content, and only 0.1 percent of...
The jibe from Donald Tusk came as Theresa May battles to hold her Brexit plan together as she faces Remainer and Eurosceptic revolts in crunch votes.
It's the year of women in Nevada. On Monday, the state becomes the first to have a legislature where women outnumber men. The state's supreme court also has a majority of women.
Sometimes, a dud can be a useful thing.