It draws us in and riles us up — but we still can’t look away.
The researchers behind a new study think we can — and their “inoculation” against fake news doesn’t require a needle.
Russia drew on a long legacy of disinformation when it turned its sights on a Washington Post columnist.
Fake news stories spread like viruses across social media sites this election season. What can — and should — be done to stop fake news in the future?
Social media is chipping away at democracy, and everyone saw it coming
It turns out that a lot of the false news stories shared on social media before the election were generated by teenagers in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. And according to BuzzFeed News, they made a good amount of money doing it.