Stories tagged: "misinformation"

Hate: The Unintended Side Effects of COVID-19 and How Michigan is Coping

A local doctor was pushed into a world of hate. Here’s why he’s standing tall despite being the target of cruel messages. 

The onslaught of information Michiganders consume each day can be overwhelming. Therapist Erica Carulli shares her tips for letting go and staying calm.
Keeping It Together: A Guide To Not Losing It During This Crazy Election

Michigan therapist Erica Carulli gives her self-care tips for navigating a monumental election full of (mis)information.

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Trump Is Now Threatening to ‘Close Down’ Tech Giants After Twitter Fact-Checked Him

President Trump threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering a day after Twitter added fact checks to two of his tweets.

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How States Are Fighting Coronavirus Rumors and Lies Spread by Trump

"Misinformation is out there. You can’t take everything at face value."

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What The Charleston Shooting, Trump and ‘Reopen NC’ Have In Common

A former NC teacher of the year and member of the State Board of Education on why willful ignorance could start a new dark age.

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Over 70 Academics and Journalists Sign Letter Calling Fox News a ‘Danger to Public Health’

Fox News anchors have blamed China for the virus, downplayed the risks of COVID-19, mocked those worried about the deaths of older Americans, and accused Democrats of trying to use the virus to take down President Trump.