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How Russia weaponized social media, got caught and escaped consequences

Russia weaponized social media in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election. But its efforts didn't end after it was caught.

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President Trump’s misleading spin on the border crisis

The president keeps claiming border facilities for children are much better than they were under President Barack Obama. That’s not true.

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Trump’s false claim of ‘centuries’ of fighting between Turks and Kurds

Over and over, the president says the Turks and Kurds have been flighting for hundreds of years. This is not only simplistic, but historically ignorant and false.

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The Brazilian Amazon is still burning. Who is responsible?

As the Amazon rainforest in Brazil burns, it seems as if everyone is in search of someone to blame. Well over 100,000 fires have been detected this year, but who or what is responsible?

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Kashmir: The Indian government vs. the facts on the ground

The Indian government has said that things remain calm in Kashmir. But video, as well as media and eye-witness reports, dispute that claim.

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Brazil’s president resurrects the zombie claim that Nazism was a leftist movement

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro says there "no doubt" that Nazis were leftists. That's a false claim repeatedly spread through social media.

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Video: One rally, one hour, almost 30 Trumpian claims

President Trump flip-flopped on his stance or made a false or misleading claim nearly once every two minutes at his Duluth rally on June 20.

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Video: Can the president be indicted or subpoenaed?

The Supreme Court has never weighed in directly on these questions. Here's a video primer on the current legal landscape.

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Video: The ‘scandals’ and progress of the Russia probe

While President Trump has tried to shift public attention from the Russia investigation with outlandish claims, special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has moved quietly, steadily forward.

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Video: ‘What happened to the tapes?’ Gina Haspel’s role in destroying evidence of the CIA’s torture program

Trump's nominee to to lead the CIA, Gina Haspel, says she was following orders when the tapes were destroyed. But there's more to the story.

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