Study Finds False Stories Spread Faster Than The TruthTwitter loves lies. A new study finds that false information on the social media network travels six times faster than the truth and reaches far more people.
Fact Check: No, Trump Didn't Invent 'Prime The Pump'President Donald Trump took credit in an interview for coining the phrase "prime the pump," seemingly unaware that it was popularized during the Great Depression more than 80 years ago.
Official: Russia Knew In Advance Of Syrian Chemical AttackA senior U.S. official says the United States has concluded that Russia knew in advance of Syria's chemical weapons attack last week.
Erasing The Gender Pay Gap; One Ask At A TimeEconomists say on average, for every dollar that men earn, women earn roughly $.79 -- and the gap is even wider for women of color.
Documents: Witness Tampering In Case Of Plot To Kill JudgeAn updated federal indictment accuses the man accused of hatching a plot to assassinate a Texas judge with trying to silence witnesses from his jail cell.
9 Suburban Dallas Officers Fired For Falsifying ReportsNine police officers in Arlington were fired for reporting traffic stops they never conducted.
Supreme Court Says Accused Killer Entitled To New TrialIdaho's highest court says one of the two brothers convicted of killing a Texas couple in northern Idaho more than 30 years ago is entitled to a new hearing after justices agreed that prosecutors violated his constitutional rights to a fair trial.
UTD Grad Indicted On 2 Felony Cyberstalking ChargesA former University of Texas at Dallas student and current Google employee was arrested this month for allegedly threatening to post pictures of a female college student to a revenge porn site.
A Rare Medium Well Done: 10.16.12Noted essayist Samuel Butler wrote, "the best liar is he who makes the smallest amount of lying go the longest way". And that begs the question: why do we accept lies from people of great importance?
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