Filed Under: “Fake news”

A year after Trump lost the election, have the mainstream media learned anything?


One year after Trump inspired a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol, elite reporters are still treating him as a conventional politician

Kids need to know how to analyze information, but also when to ignore it


With more information available to us than ever, sometimes the wisest thing to do is to avoid having an opinion

Joe Rogan and our epidemic of pseudo-expertise


Infotainment fandoms have convinced millions of people that blathering internet commentators are experts at everything

A obviously false story about Big Ben taught me a lot about how fake news happens


Relentless bombardment by stories on social media makes our attention an increasingly scarce resource and increases the chance that any given story we encounter is fake.


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