The Department of Energy recently tried to rebrand natural gas as "molecules of U.S. freedom," continuing a long tradition of industry-inspired government propaganda.
New research finds that Americans tend to trust mainstream news sources over highly partisan ones, including those that reflect our prejudices.
The Internet and social media provide Russia cheap, efficient, and highly effective access to foreign audiences with plausible deniability of their influence.
We canvassed the world of the social and behavioral sciences, looking for rising stars whose careers promise to make a lasting mark. We'll be profiling the top 30 throughout the month of April.
If all of the sports are gay, then there should be no sports in Russia.
Migrants are a thorn in any government's side, but authoritarian regimes, in particular, fear nomads.
The University of California–San Francisco's Legacy Tobacco Documents Library demonstrates how the tobacco industry pioneered modern techniques for manipulating politics, scientific research, and public opinion. It's a sort of Rosetta Stone for deciphering corporate propaganda.