How To Identify COVID-19 Misinformation Online
Researchers with the World Health Organization say there have been at least 800 global deaths due to misinformation related to COVID.
Supreme Court to take up case on state laws limiting social media
The justices will review laws enacted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas.
Report says TikTok steroid videos pull millions of views, target teens
Researchers with a nonprofit watchdog group said videos with hashtags promoting the use of steroid-like drugs were viewed up to 587 million times.
X has more fake news than other social media platforms, EU reports
The report on three countries is being used as a benchmark, while the EU's analytics firm plans to conduct more detailed studies in other countries.
5 dead, 5 injured in crash with ammonia leak, prompting evacuations
Authorities said that about 500 residents within a one-mile radius of the crash site were evacuated.
What's driving Venezuelans to migrate to the US?
What factors have compelled millions of Venezuelans to leave their homeland and seek refugee status in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S.?
Read full document: House GOP releases 45-day spending plan
Republican lawmakers met early in the morning on Saturday with just hours to go before a midnight deadline to fund government operations.