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Michelle Guthrie and Justin Milne face questioning from government over political influence on the national broadcaster
Once the hidden toil of backroom editors, can modern fact checking do enough to dispel public skepticism?
Court of Human Rights says data collection and snooping practices unlawful in landmark press freedom case
WikiTribune is fact-checking claims made by British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn
Britain's Labour leader suggests fee for Facebook, Amazon, Google to reform media landscape and restore public's trust in press
Peter Canby says a widespread "disenchantment" with modern life has fueled the rise of fake news
Cambridge scientists created a fun game to teach the public how "fake news" is distributed
Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the moon, saw something alien on the way up there. That's a meme that has been circulating on the internet (and before the...
A lack of local investigative reporting is associated with negative consequences for residents
As the world prepares for Russia 2018, the alternative to FIFA showed how hard it is to take the politics out of sport
Is the FCC's decision the latest example of a domestic regulator clashing with a borderless internet?
Campaigners turn scrutiny on offshore financial agents after UK forces overseas territories to tackle illicit wealth
As attention focused on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on May 19, a republican conference also took place in London
There are still no plans for the Facebook CEO to face questioning at the UK parliament