Public media outlets are perceived as the least biased and most accurate, according to new reports from Gallup and the Knight Foundation.
“This has exploded into a major national and international humanitarian story for us. I would compare it to Hurricane Harvey."
Making it look like someone did or said something that never happened is harder than it looks.
"If this group can’t help make the information disorder problem a little less terrible, if this group can’t clean up this mess that we’re in, who will?"
The International Fact-Checking Network published a report that takes a look behind the curtain of several different fact-checking projects.
Immigration has been a contentious topic for much of U.S. history, but Donald Trump's presidential policies have led to fierce debate since his inauguration.
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune and the Lakeland Ledger unionized in 2016.
Dead or alive? That question serves as the engine for countless narratives in every story form we can think of, from fiction to nonfiction, from bo
A Q&A with Neil Brown, Rick Edmonds and Ren LaForme about Poynter’s Media Innovation Tour
“There’s nothing funny about what’s going on." For The Onion, “it’s a satirical commentary on things, rather than ‘let’s laugh about it.’”