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A fake story began circulating Sunday evening into Monday morning, which was then disputed by real journalists as well as a number of bots. Experts... [Read More]
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Misinformation about the extent of the unrest in Washington, D.C. and false claims about widespread communications outages burgeoned Monday on Twitter, making the #DCblackout hashtag... [Read More]
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Misinformation about the extent of the unrest in Washington, D.C. and false claims about widespread communications outages burgeoned Monday on Twitter, making the #DCblackout hashtag... [Read More]
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A university teacher has used her social media privileges to tell people, perhaps including the mobs rioting across America these nights, how to remove an... [Read More]
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Conservatives on Twitter think an Egyptologist was offering advice on toppling the Washington Monument, though she clearly wasn't. [Read More]
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A professor named Sarah Parcak has tweeted detailed instructions for pulling down an obelisk, which some think refers to the Washington Monument but may refer... [Read More]
Apparently this is just fine with Twitter... [Read More]
Police fired tear gas near the White House on Sunday night to dissuade protesters who had smashed the windows of prominent buildings, overturned cars and... [Read More]
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(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File) In this May 22, 2020, file photo, a raindrop falls from an American flag at half-staff at the Washington Monument, in... [Read More]
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