The famed political theorist escaped the Nazis, yet was "canceled" for her writing on Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann. Since 2016, many have turned to…
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A flagrant violation of COVID misinformation policies could spark a ban
Tech companies have become less willing to stand up to autocratic governments
The algorithm pushes divisive and angry content everywhere, and not just in the polarized United States.
Trump and allies are calling the election "rigged" now that Newsom looks likely to win
Arizona's chaotic review is spreading to other swing states, sowing doubt about 2024
Another drug that won't cure COVID goes viral. And why social media companies will only do so much to halt misinformation about it.
Plus, how Biden's pullout of U.S. troops in Afghanistan isn't exactly an end to the forever war.
MyPillow, anti-vax, and the Arizona audit all have one thing in common: endless, incomprehensible details
A scandal at the Tokyo Olympics and a secret trial reveal the hard and fast choices made by those who run afoul of Lukashenka's regime