Donald Trump has used his Truth Social platform to promote QAnon-related content, most of which is still banned from mainstream social media sites.
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A QAnon expert talks about why and how the ex-president is amplifying the violent conspiracy movement.
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Amy and her daughter Kylie Jane were key organizers for Trump’s Jan. 6 rally. Now they’re facing inquiries from a growing number of federal probes.
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“This level of undermining the integrity of the vote itself is unprecedented in modern history.”
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The Infowars host “doomsday prepped” his wealth to protect it from judgments, victims’ families allege ahead of Connecticut trial.
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“I’m a little bit unclear on why people are so excited about it,” Caroline Orr Bueno told Grid.
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Fauci was criticized for his AIDS response. The covid attacks are a different beast all together and spell trouble for the future of public health.
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Grid takes a look at why Tate’s influence in the manosphere and particular brand of hate is dangerous.
Amid a spike in threats against federal law enforcement, Republicans place their sights on an old target: the IRS.
The far right has agitated for political violence for years. This time is different.
Sarah Kendzior explains how American history is littered with people who gained power and wealth by manipulating distrust.
A federal judge unsealed the search warrant that led to FBI agents seizing items from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.
Grid reporters answers questions that many are asking — and aren't really 'dumb' at all.
The monkeypox emergence now has allowed it to become connected to other cultural tropes, including lasting conspiracies about covid-19 and an anti-queer political climate.
When Truth Social debuted over this past Presidents Day weekend, the app revealed itself to be what most experts saw as a shiny, glitchy Twitter knockoff.
Three federal agencies with major security responsibilities wiped the phones of government officials that may have contained data relevant to understanding events surrounding Jan. 6, 2021.
Misinformation brought Alex Jones fame. Now, it is at the center of the Sandy Hook defamation trial.
QAnon conspiracy candidates are getting big help from a Republican Party eager to retake the House.