The group True the Vote, which executive produced Dinesh D'Souza's "2,000 Mules" election denial film, is facing a defamation lawsuit brought by a small company that makes election software.
Aides to the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol said the next hearing would focus on extremist groups and their possible links to Trump and his allies.
In a time where Democrats and Republicans don't agree on much, the issue of mental health reform was top of mind when Georgia lawmakers crafted a bill that had the backing of experts, advocates and both political parties. But opposition born of disinformation nearly derailed it.
A California father took his two young children to Mexico and killed them after he claimed he had been "enlightened by QAnon and Illuminati conspiracy theories," federal authorities say.
A new survey from the polling firm PRRI breaks down conspiracy theory acceptance by religious group, level of education, and sources of news and information, among other things.
A judge said that Chansley, one of the most recognizable people who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, must remain in jail ahead of his trial because he remains a threat to the public.
As Twitter and Facebook crack down on those spreading baseless QAnon conspiracies, adherents are finding other apps to communicate on, including platforms where they may be further radicalized.
For some Republicans propagating claims the presidential election was stolen, a corporate donation freeze might be a real threat to their future political fortunes. Not so for the most vocal election denier in Georgia’s congressional delegation.
A collection of conspiracy theories fuels the QAnon community, but one prediction was central: that former President Donald Trump would arrest Democratic leaders en masse. That didn't happen.
Twitter has suspended more than 70,000 accounts spreading the QAnon conspiracy theory since Friday. Facebook is removing content with the phrase "stop the steal."
Jacob Anthony Chansley, known as the "QAnon shaman," is charged alongside Adam Johnson and Derrick Evans in a federal court Saturday. Johnson is said to be the man seen carrying the speaker's lectern.
Misinformation about the election and the coronavirus is also gaining a foothold in American society, according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll.
The action hardens the video-sharing app's previous enforcement against QAnon that targeted specific hashtags on the app but let the videos remain.
The QAnon conspiracy theory's rapid spread and entry into politics are raising alarms. Georgia is poised to become the first state to elect someone to Congress who has openly supported the theory.
President Trump is congratulating Marjorie Taylor Greene, calling her a "future Republican Star." Greene has endorsed a theory that satanic pedophiles secretly run the world.