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Investors swoon over Bumble’s IPO – but what exactly is an...

Jonathan T. Fluharty-Jaidee, West Virginia University Bumble raised US$2.15 billion in an initial public offering, or IPO, late on...

Evidence of an impending breakup may exist in everyday conversation –...

Sarah Seraj, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts; James W. Pennebaker, The University of Texas at Austin College...

How to fight Holocaust denial in social media – with the...

Adam G. Klein, Pace University One in four American millennials believe the Holocaust was exaggerated or entirely made up, according to a recent national...

Socialism is a trigger word on social media – but real...

Robert Kozinets, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism The word “socialism” has become a trigger word in U.S. politics, with both positive and negative...

Out-of-context photos are a powerful low-tech form of misinformation

Lisa Fazio, Vanderbilt University When you think of visual misinformation, maybe you think of deepfakes – videos that appear real but have actually been created...

Political cartoonists are out of touch – it’s time to make...

Jennifer Grygiel, Syracuse University The New York Times came under fire after a political cartoon appeared in print on April 25, 2019. In it, a...

How new fathers use social media to make sense of their...

Tawfiq Ammari, University of Michigan A lawyer in Bermuda became internet-famous for dancing ballet alongside his two-year-old daughter, comforting her stage fright by being there...

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EPA’s plan to regulate chemical contaminants in drinking water is a...

Laurel Schaider, Harvard University After more than a year of community meetings and deliberations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced in February 2019 that it...