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Two tech giants on Tuesday announced a $13 million grant to fund global fact-checking projects.
 
Twitter users fact-checked a White House post about the Biden administration’s purportedly hawkish fiscal behavior.
Twitter users fact-checked a White House post about the Biden administration’s purportedly hawkish fiscal behavior.
 
A popular article claiming to show mental health benefits from “gender-affirming” care has been updated by the publisher after it was shown to contain distortions and misleading information.
A popular article claiming to show mental health benefits from “gender-affirming” care has been updated by the publisher after it was shown to contain distortions and misleading information.
 
Let's be frank ... a lot of us have been leery of Facebook and its cabal of programmers, administrators, promoters, fact-checkers, and even its creator, and many have even walked away from the liberal platform.
Let's be frank ... a lot of us have been leery of Facebook and its cabal of programmers, administrators, promoters, fact-checkers, and even its creator, and many have even walked away from the liberal platform.
 
On Thursday, Joe Biden announced further executive actions on the subject of gun control, saying “Enough prayers, time for some action.”
On Thursday, Joe Biden announced further executive actions on the subject of gun control, saying “Enough prayers, time for some action.”
 
David Harsanyi explains at National Review Online why Twitter’s new fact checks for high-profile tweets amount to “folly.”
David Harsanyi explains at National Review Online why Twitter’s new fact checks for high-profile tweets amount to “folly.”
 
Over at PoliticsNC.com, former political consultant Thomas Mills re-runs the old trope about how low-income North Carolinians pay a higher share of their income in taxes relative to high-income earners.
Over at PoliticsNC.com, former political consultant Thomas Mills re-runs the old trope about how low-income North Carolinians pay a higher share of their income in taxes relative to high-income earners.
 
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