Conspiracies like Pizzagate are all over the social media platform. Here’s why they’ve found an audience there.
It began online as an intricate, if baseless, pro-Trump conspiracy theory. Now it has surfaced in political campaigns, criminal cases and a college classroom.
QAnon is much bigger — and more dangerous — than other conspiracy theories.
A stressful job, plus repeated exposure, can change a person’s views
President Donald Trump spent a good portion of his Saturday morning retweeting provocative far-right figures and activists.