The 2016 election will determine who will succeed Barack Obama as president of the United States. Through the primaries and into the general election, a litany of Democratic and Republican candidates have battled it out both online and on the ground. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Pokémon Go used in Russia’s plot to disrupt the 2016 election
Pokemon Go joins Facebook, Twitter and other social media that were used by Russia.
Russian state media trolls U.S. with election hacking ads
RT's new ads poke fun at both President Trump's election as well as the Russia investigation.
Facebook ads on Google want you to forget about Russian ads on Facebook
The listing takes you to its page on fighting election interference.
Facebook unveils new ‘context’ tool to help users spot fake news
It's the latest attempt by the social media giant to combat fake news.
Lawmakers slam Twitter for its Russia election interference report
'Frankly I don't think they understand how serious this problem is.'
Russia also used Twitter to spread election misinformation in 2016
Facebook has also been the subject of scrutiny.
Obama tried to warn Zuckerberg about Facebook’s fake news problem
The former president said things will only get worse next time around.
Use an iPhone? Here’s what this Trump-linked data firm knows about you
A firm hired by the Trump campaign knows a lot about you.
Everything about Trump’s latest Russia defense is false
Trump's latest Russia defense doesn't hold water.
Facebook gives Congress 3,000 Russia-linked ads, vows greater transparency
Facebook plans to overhaul its ad policies to thwart international election tampering.
Paul Manafort reportedly offered ‘private’ Trump briefings to close Putin ally
Manafort's spokesperson denies the meetings took place in the end.
‘What Happened’ on pace to outsell ‘The Art of the Deal’
It's Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump all over again.
Trump reportedly using 2020 cash, RNC funds to pay for Russia legal fees
Trump has never stopped campaigning—really.
No, wiretaps on Manafort do not ‘vindicate’ Trump’s claims of Obama-ordered spying
Let's look at the facts.