An NPR analysis of security footage and photos following the attack on Europe's largest nuclear power plant shows that many of the plant's critical safety systems were in the field of Russian fire.
A Russian-backed separatist leader in eastern Ukraine announced an evacuation to Russia, alleging the Ukrainian military was preparing to invade the area. The U.S. says it's "disinformation."
As Russian troops threaten to Ukraine, the U.S. is publicizing what it says are Russian attempts to sow disinformation. The goal is to undermine Russian claims that might be used to provoke a war.
There is almost no news alternative to government propaganda on Russian television — save for one channel known as TV Rain. But it only streams on the Web after cable dropped.
The "Secondary Infektion" campaign spread thousands of false stories, including forged documents and fake tweets. Still operating, the campaign may now target the November election, researchers say.
As we head into the 2020 elections, we must do a better job of distinguishing between diplomacy and destructive disinformation, writes former diplomat Brett Bruen.