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Apple just launched a ‘fact-based’ election feature in Apple News with coverage from Fox News and The Washington Post
"When the loudest, most extreme voices dominate the conversation, we can't hear each other," Apple News' editor-in-chief, Lauren Kern, wrote in an introductory note. "At Apple News, we want to help fix that."
Prosecutors are seeking to scale back evidence sharing in their case against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities. The special counsel Robert Mueller cited the risk of revealing who "uncharged individuals and entities" are believed to be "continuing to engage in interference operations."
New analysis from the Pew Research Center says 68% of Americans feel "worn out" by the current news cycle, the same rate of voters that said they were exhausted by 2016 election coverage.
A new documentary series premieres Sunday night that follows top political reporters and editors from The New York Times as they report in the first year of the press-opposed landscape of President Donald Trump's administration.
Trump told ’60 Minutes’ reporter that he attacks media to ‘discredit’ reporters ‘so no one will believe’ negative ...
President Donald Trump told veteran television reporter Lesley Stahl that he attacks the press to "demean" and "discredit" reporters so that the public won't believe "negative stories" about him.
Conservative media personality Matt Drudge took to Twitter on Wednesday to warn President Donald Trump against his "crusade" on fake news and the future impact it could have.
Broadcast coverage of Trump has consistently ranked as being around 90% negative, while Trump's job approval has ranged from around 35% to a recent spike near 50%. The majority of US citizens disapprove of many of Trump's key issues, like his opposition to the Iran deal.
Facebook’s reorganization is little more than chair-shuffling — and a missed opportunity for Mark Zuckerberg and company
BI PRIME: Facebook unveiled its biggest-ever reorganization on Tuesday, but it's most likely much ado about nothing. Though the company could use some outside perspectives, it's merely moving people around. And some old hands will be even more empowered.
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter execs showed up at Stanford Law School to discuss fake news and hate speech, and their verdict was that people need to s...
Representatives from Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube participated in panel discussion at Stanford that focused on free speech on the internet and how it impacts democracy. The top social networks say they're not certain there is a problem.