The timing of the Russian Ministry of Defense warning of a false flag in Syria is ominously paired with the US restarting to fund the terrorist-linked White Helmets group.
A political campaign and a corporation have admitted to using paid actors in order to fill the crowd with supporters at events.
After referring to the very real practice of the funding of terrorist families as a "far right conspiracy theory," the NY Times was forced to issue a retraction.
A bill has been proposed in California that would effectively kill free speech by allowing internet censorship that targets everything the state deems as "fake news."
A hero student from the shooting in Parkland, Florida has come forward explaining how CNN wouldn't let him ask his own questions and, instead, handed him a script to read—he politely refused to participate in their propaganda.
A New York Times reporter was exposed colluding with the U.S. State Department by providing a timetable of upcoming publications during Cablegate.
Members of the U.S.-funded White Helmets were recently caught on film allegedly providing medical aid to Al-Qaeda fighters in Syria.
The vile manipulation of children to promote pro-war propaganda is easily exposed in the case of Bana al-Abed — and the fame of a 7-year-old in American mainstream media.
Investigative journalist Kurt Eichenwald was targeted by Wikileaks and provoked a rage-filled Twitter rant from the mainstream media's poster boy.
Star CNN correspondent Clarissa Ward worked with the al-Qaeda 'media man' to produce a documentary and now they're trying to cover it up.