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People are consuming more news than ever before and it's making them angrier, more frustrated, and overwhelmed thanks to the people who dominate the news cycles.
Thanks to social media, everybody can be a pundit today, and that’s ruining how we build a factual understanding of our world and what’s happening in it.
Technology didn't build the post-truth world. We did. And we're the only ones capable of returning to reality.
Facebook can't fix its fake news problem because the damage is already done and mitigating it means jeopardizing its primary draw for users.
Newsweek covers a conspiracy theory that seemed created solely for the sake of creating a conspiracy.
A longform article on GMOs in Elle demonstrates why you really shouldn't be getting your scientific advice from fashion magazines.
Newspapers are attacking online services with which they could partner out of sheer desperation.
Twitter is the new hot social network in the news. That means it's next in line to be blamed for the downfall of humanity.