Artificially-generated faces of people who don't exist are being used to front fake Facebook accounts in an attempt to trick users and game the company's systems, the social media network said Friday. Experts who reviewed the accounts say it is the first time they have seen fake images like this being used at scale as part of a single social media campaign.
The editor in chief of a leading Christian magazine who wrote an op-ed that called for Donald Trump to be removed from office said Friday he doesn't believe his comments will shake the President's strong hold on evangelicals, which is a critical part of his political base.
A leading Christian magazine founded by late evangelist Billy Graham -- father of key presidential supporter Franklin Graham -- published an op-ed on Thursday calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office and urging evangelicals not to support him.
Freelance journalists in California will either be out of work or face limitations on how much content they can produce for one publication. Those are seemingly the only options for media outlets that must soon abide by a California law, going into effect Jan. 1, that affects independent contractors.
At the beginning of the decade, British author E.L. James's erotic
Two Chinese Embassy officials were "secretly expelled" by the US earlier this year after they entered a "sensitive" military base in Virginia, The New York Times reported Sunday, citing conversations with people with knowledge of the episode.
The Barnard College freshman killed in New York was a creative spirit who loved music and had interned at a local news website in her home state of Virginia.
As millions of voters leave their homes on Thursday and trudge towards polling stations on a cold, rainy December day, don't expect to hear about any frantic last-minute campaigning from parties -- the news will be eerily quiet thanks to strict rules about what broadcasters can and cannot say on election day.
Time magazine has chosen Greta Thunberg, a Swedish climate crisis activist, as person of the year.
The editorial boards at two of America's top newspapers have called for President Trump's impeachment in recent days.
The two black soccer stars pictured on the front page of an Italian newspaper under the headline "Black Friday" embraced on the pitch after Friday's clash between their teams.
A handful of influential UK news outlets are showing their disgust with the state of politics by choosing not to endorse any political party ahead of a general election that could have profound implications for the country.
Alelia Murphy, a 114-year-old former seamstress who'd been recognized as the oldest living American, has died.
David Pecker, the head of the company that publishes the National Enquirer, has spoken with prosecutors with the New York district attorney's office as part of its investigation into the Trump Organization's handling of hush money payments to women who alleged affairs with President Donald Trump, sources with knowledge of the meeting tell CNN.
Cartoonist Gahan Wilson, whose magazine illustrations earned him the nicknames
Yale University's women's head soccer coach has left the school after allegations of misconduct from a previous job were published in the school's student newspaper this week.
When Donald Trump Jr.'s book
It's rare to find an almost-perfect copy of Marvel Comics' first comic book, aptly named "Marvel Comics 1." But one in near-mint condition just sold for a record $1.26 million.
Former Democratic Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to federal conspiracy and tax evasion charges stemming from a book deal scandal that led to her resignation last May.
New Gannett is here.
A senior State Department official who appeared to have extravagantly padded her resume and to have touted a fake TIME magazine cover to bolster her standing has resigned, according to a letter obtained by CNN.
Whenever US President Donald Trump turns on Fox News, he'll usually see a stream of positive coverage.
The Daily Northwestern, the independent student newspaper at Northwestern University, recently wound up in the news for all the wrong reasons.
There is a "market failure" in the local news business, a new report suggests, because "even though Americans tend to view local news as a community asset, most are not personally helping to keep it viable."