You'll Never Guess What Group of People Shared the Most Fake News Around the 2016 Election

You’ll Never Guess What Group of People Shared the Most Fake News Around the 2016 Election

Old people may have the worst internet journalism literacy, according to common sense, and partially backed up by new research on the spread of so-called “fake news” immediately before and after 2016 presidential election. Read more…

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News Analysis: Trump and Pompeo Embrace Autocrats and Disparage Opponents at Home

President Trump’s affinity for strongmen is well established, but rarely has his administration offered such a striking break with diplomatic tradition.

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Square loses another key executive as Mary Kay Bowman joins Visa

The news comes shortly after Jack Dorsey’s merchant services and mobile payments company lost long-time CFO Sarah Friar to Nextdoor.

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News helicopter catches out people playing ‘Mario Kart’ on stadium’s big screen

It must be neat having access to a huge stadium screen. Like these people, handing out red shells while playing what appears to be Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the screen at Kauffman Stadium, home of baseball team the Kansas City Royals. SEE ALSO: 26 pop culture th…

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News Analysis: Trump’s Emergency Powers Threat Could End Shutdown Crisis, but at What Cost?

If President Trump invokes emergency powers to build a wall along the southern border, it could be a mutually face-saving way to reopen the government, but also an extraordinary violation of constitutional norms.

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