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Is the QAnon movement dead?

On Wednesday at noon, Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States. He was not arrested beforehand. Nor were any of the other high-profile Democratic politicians who attended the inauguration. Donald Trump didn’t declare martial law. He flew to Florida quietly. And thus died one of the longest-lasting and most widespread conspiracy theories

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Biden White House press secretary pledges to share ‘accurate information with the American people’

A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. “Let’s do this again tomorrow,” President Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki said at the close of her first White House press briefing on Wednesday, and many Americans, regardless of political bent, profession, state, or identity,

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Trump-appointed head of Global Media agency resigns at Biden’s request

Michael Pack, the controversial Trump-appointed CEO of the US Agency for Global Media, resigned on Wednesday after a request from the Biden administration. Pack, a conservative documentary filmmaker who became CEO in June, has been widely criticized for his stewardship of the international news services under USAGM, including the Voice of America. “The new administration

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Biden addresses nation’s information crisis: We must ‘defeat the lies’

In a sharp break with his predecessor, President Joe Biden vowed during his inaugural address Wednesday to tackle the information crisis plaguing American politics and society. “We must reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured,” Biden said shortly after taking the oath as the 46th President. “There is truth,” Biden

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