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Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking

Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking

James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong, at his restaurant in Washington, D.C. Fake news websites have called it the home base of a child abuse ring led by Hillary Clinton and John D. Podesta.
Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking

Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking

James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong, at his restaurant in Washington, D.C. Fake news websites have called it the home base of a child abuse ring led by Hillary Clinton and John D. Podesta.
Inside a Fake News Sausage Factory: ‘This Is All About Income’

Inside a Fake News Sausage Factory: ‘This Is All About Income’

A fake news article posted by Beqa Latsabidze, a Georgian. “My audience likes Trump,” he said. “I don’t want to write bad things about Trump. If I write fake stories about Trump, I lose my audience.”
Op-Ed Contributor: Facebook Shouldn’t Fact-Check

Op-Ed Contributor: Facebook Shouldn’t Fact-Check

Mark Zuckerberg, chairman and chief executive of Facebook, on Saturday.

Spread of Fake News Provokes Anxiety in Italy

European leaders are trying to determine whether political parties are using social media to deliberately disseminate propaganda.

Washington Pizzeria Attack Blamed on Fake News

After a man fired an assault rifle inside his restaurant, James Alefantis said on Sunday that he hoped people would stop "fanning the flames" of a fictional conspiracy that his restaurant was involved
As Fake News Spreads Lies, More Readers Shrug at the Truth

As Fake News Spreads Lies, More Readers Shrug at the Truth

Larry Laughlin, a retired business owner from Minnesota, said he felt alienated from conventional news media.
In News, What’s Fake and What’s Real Can Depend on What You Want to Believe

In News, What’s Fake and What’s Real Can Depend on What You Want to Believe

Larry Laughlin, a retired business owner from Minnesota, said he felt alienated from conventional news media.
Mike Pence Is Invited to Dine at Pizzeria at Center of Fake News Barrage

Mike Pence Is Invited to Dine at Pizzeria at Center of Fake News Barrage

The Comet Ping Pong pizza storefront in Washington last week. The pizzeria is at the center of debate over whether allies of President-elect Donald J. Trump are spreading so-called fake news.
How Facebook’s Fact-Checking Partnership Will Work

How Facebook’s Fact-Checking Partnership Will Work

This image provided by Facebook shows some ways the company is trying to curb the spread of fake news.
How Facebook’s Fact-Checking Partnership Will Work

How Facebook’s Fact-Checking Partnership Will Work

This image provided by Facebook shows some ways the company is trying to curb the spread of fake news.
How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

James Dowson, a far-right political activist, ran a constellation of websites out of the United Kingdom.
How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

James Dowson, a far-right political activist, ran a constellation of websites out of the United Kingdom.
How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

How a Putin Fan Overseas Pushed Pro-Trump Propaganda to Americans

James Dowson, a far-right political activist, ran a constellation of websites out of the United Kingdom.
For Fact-Checking Website Snopes, a Bigger Role Brings More Attacks

For Fact-Checking Website Snopes, a Bigger Role Brings More Attacks

Brooke Binkowski, the managing editor of Snopes, in its office in San Diego. The idea that the website’s work would slow down after the presidential election has proved unfounded.
For Fact-Checking Website Snopes, a Bigger Role Brings More Attacks

For Fact-Checking Website Snopes, a Bigger Role Brings More Attacks

Brooke Binkowski, the managing editor of Snopes, in its office in San Diego. The idea that the website’s work would slow down after the presidential election has proved unfounded.
Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media

Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media

Rush Limbaugh in 2012. On his radio show, Mr. Limbaugh accused the mainstream media of spreading fake news, saying, “They just make it up.”
Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media

Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media

Rush Limbaugh in 2012. On his radio show, Mr. Limbaugh accused the mainstream media of spreading fake news, saying, “They just make it up.”
Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt?

Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt?

An Allstate ad on Nowtheendbegins.com, next to an article claiming that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting did not happen. By emphasizing technology and data in placing online ads, marketers
Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt?

Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt?

An Allstate ad on Nowtheendbegins.com, next to an article claiming that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting did not happen. By emphasizing technology and data in placing online ads, marketers