This week we have stories about a fake moon, global warming, and Ariana Grande.

Jane Lytvynenko • One day ago

“Why is the IRA pushing Taco Bell and Coachella?”

Jane Lytvynenko • 3 days ago

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

Jane Lytvynenko • 8 days ago

What Facebook’s partisan purge means.

Jane Lytvynenko • 8 days ago

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

Jane Lytvynenko • 10 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 • 19 days ago

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

Jane Lytvynenko • 22 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 • 2 months 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