Ethics & Transparency
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Air crash in Russia kills top Wagner officials: What we know
Heard about the borax trend? Jumping onto it is dangerous
‘More carbon dioxide is good’: Latest tool in climate change deniers’ arsenal
The Huw Edwards allegations: How The Sun triggered a week of rampant speculation
Haryana violence: Online provocation hinted at potential communal clashes
Coup in Niger: Mis/Disinformation in the wake of a crisis
Faith healing: Where misinformation clashes with science
The burning truth: Arson, misinformation, and the facts about climate change and wildfires in Greece
Manipur Violence: Do internet shutdowns curb spread of misinformation?
The Spanish elections: Recurring misinformation stokes public distrust
How a Swedish website attempted to fight disinformation with AI-generated stories
Zombie hoaxes: Sorting facts from fiction
Islamophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment dominate misinformation around France violence
Double Check: Has the Havana Syndrome mystery finally been put to rest?
Double Check: Does evidence support Aryan migration theory?
Can food labels mislead? Experts decode the use of sugar in products
‘Train jihad’: Another jihad narrative co-opted after the Odisha train tragedy
PCOS & endometriosis: Misinformation is making it harder for patients seeking treatment
‘A call for an uprising’ deep-dive
Inside the health books on Amazon: Pseudoscience and unsubstantiated remedies
Double Check: What does Indian law say about adoption and surrogacy for single men?
Misinformation vs. amplification: A balancing act following the Allen, TX shooting
Here's a round-up of all the misleading and false claims around Manipur violence
What you need to know about the 2023 Turkish elections
Is Manipur clash a communal incident? Answer lies in the past
Double Check: Soy, sperm rates, and the end of men
Formerly banned far-right party Britain First cultivates new audience on return to Twitter
Double Check: Can outdated Indian census figures lead to misinformation?
Global Fact-Checks Completed
We rely on information to make meaningful decisions that affect our lives, but the nature of the internet means that misinformation reaches more people faster than ever before