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No, China has not worked with Democrats to steal the midterm elections, as some people on YouTube have claimed. Nor has Saudi Arabia.
Nico Grant, New York Times
Over the past two years, election officials in North Carolina have faced an onslaught of complaints, records requests, intimidation and aggression from election skeptics, including many peddling disproven election conspiracies. The activity has stretched already-thin county and state election staffs, taking time away from their efforts to mind the very issues the doubters are raising.
Paul Specht, WRAL state government reporter
European Union officials on Thursday announced new, voluntary commitments by companies including Google, Facebook-parent Meta, Twitter and TikTok to limit the spread of fake and misleading content.
In addition to the war in Ukraine. there's another battle taking place - the war against disinformation.
Keely Arthur, WRAL 5 on Your Side reporter
Social media's intensity and immediacy "are creating a new kind of fog of war, in which information and disinformation are continuously entangled with each other -- clarifying and confusing in almost equal measure."
By Brian Stelter and Clare Duffy, CNN Business
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told CNN Friday that the agency is tracking the Delta coronavirus variant, among others -- and warned that there is a small chance a fully vaccinated person could still get infected if they're exposed.
By Madeline Holcombe and Jacqueline Howard, CNN
Value relationships first, then help family and other loved ones understand where their beliefs come from.
Polarizing views and social media combine in widespread rumors about the election that are flying all over the internet.
PolitiFact checked multiple false or misleading claims from President Trump during a Nov. 5, 2020 press conference.
Officials with President Donald Trump's campaign hold a news conference in Atlanta about the election, including Donald Trump Jr., Congressman Doug Collins and Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones.
With the election in the balance, President Donald Trump makes a statement at the White House about vote counting.
WASHINGTON -- The intelligence agencies warned the White House late last year that Russian intelligence officers were using President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani as a conduit for disinformation aimed at undermining Joe Biden's presidential run, according to four current and former U.S. officials.
Julian E. Barnes, Eric Schmitt and Maggie Haberman, New York Times