The union organization that posted the ad has been getting hate from the left and the right.

Jane Lytvynenko • 3 days ago

What Facebook’s partisan purge means.

Jane Lytvynenko • 4 days ago

The battle over Taylor Swift's political endorsement shows how news events are used to generate partisan outrage and attention.

Jane Lytvynenko • 6 days ago

A Quebec IT worker was certain he’d developed a foolproof way to mine bitcoin. Instead, it led him and his investors to ruin.

Jane Lytvynenko • 14 days ago

The tweet cites a Wall Street Journal report that does not exist.

Jane Lytvynenko • 18 days ago

Old hoaxes are coming back to target the storm.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Here are some of the Hurricane Florence fakes to watch out for.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Here's how fake news and other online trash spreads — and what you can do about it. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Sept. 11.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

This week we have stories about Nike, Nike, algae, and then more Nike.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Guy Sands-Pingot, who once compared Islam to the Nazi Party in a Facebook comment, was hired as a deputy director at US Citizenship and Immigration Services. He will now not fill the role.

Hamed Aleaziz • One month ago

This week we have stories about Google, George Orwell, and Korean pop music.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Many of the claims are baseless and lacking proof.

Craig Silverman • One month ago

“Google promoted president Obama’s State of the Union on its homepage. When President Trump took office, Google stopped,” a video shared by Trump falsely claimed.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Some have issued apologies, corrections, or updates, but dozens of articles pointing to the false connection are still up.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

Some social media users have been systematically spreading misinformation.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

The problem with tech’s apology cornucopia.

Jane Lytvynenko • One month ago

This week we have stories about bikers, Mali, and an inflatable unicorn float.

Jane Lytvynenko • 2 months ago

This week we have stories about Churchill, Alex Jones, and a bag of sex toys.

Jane Lytvynenko • 2 months ago

This week we have stories about ninjas, face-sitting, and a whole new species.

Jane Lytvynenko • 2 months ago

“If you don't know any better and you already think there's something wrong with this community, you're going to see this as more reason why it shouldn't have rights.”

Jane Lytvynenko • 2 months ago