Stories tagged: "misinformation"


Supporters of President Donald Trump surround the U.S. Capitol following a riot on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)
Eye-Witness Congressional Staffer: One Year Later, Insurrection ‘Doesn’t Bode Well for Any of Us’

The chief of staff for longtime Congresswoman Alma Adams on what he saw when Trump supporters stormed American democracy.

Confetti flies in the air as Jeanne Peters, 95, a rehab patient at The Reservoir, a nursing facility, gestures after she was given the first COVID-19 vaccination as Mary Lou Galushko, left, looks on,Friday, Dec. 18, 2020, in West Hartford, Conn. (AP Photo/Stephen Dunn, Pool)
Vaccines Are on their Way. Here’s How to Talk to Friends and Family about Their Concerns.

An expert from Wake Forest University shared her thoughts with Cardinal & Pine on people can talk to friends and family about the vaccine.  While more Americans are saying they will likely take the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available, many still have real concerns.  Only 16% of Black Americans and 22% of...

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How States Are Fighting Coronavirus Rumors and Lies Spread by Trump

"Misinformation is out there. You can’t take everything at face value."

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What The Charleston Shooting, Trump and ‘Reopen NC’ Have In Common

A former NC teacher of the year and member of the State Board of Education on why willful ignorance could start a new dark age.