Move Fast and Break TrustGoogle’s alternative facts and Uber’s self-driving accidents are symptoms of a deeper problem that is only going to get worse.
Trump Did the White House Press Corps a Favor. Now They Can Fix Their Gross, Corrosive Dinner.
Sean Spicer Got MilderTrump’s press secretary tried to steamroll the media and failed. Now he’s back to spinning them the old-fashioned way.
BuzzFeed’s BombshellWhy the site published the explosive memos about Trump and Russia—and why no one beat them to it.
“Is This Something That’s Going to Haunt Me the Rest of My Life?”What it’s like to be the IT guy who accidentally helped Russia (maybe) hack the election.
Stop Calling Everything “Fake News”Journalists are blurring several problems into one—and making it impossible to solve.
Twitter’s New OrderInside the changes that could save its business—and reshape civil discourse.
The Lies, Exaggerations, and Obfuscations That Came Out of Trump’s Mouth While He Called the Media “Dishonest”
Why the White House Keeps Crying “Fake News”It’s a desperate ploy to distract the media from their real jobs.
How Trump Is Manipulating the MediaHe exploited voters’ status anxieties in the election. Now he’s doing it to journalists.
Only You Can Stop the Spread of Fake NewsIt’s not enough to ignore bogus stories. Help slow their proliferation with Slate’s new debunking tool.
Somali Refugees Are Not a ThreatTheir Columbus community is being painted as a hotbed of terror. It’s the opposite.