On Facebook, videos of people reporting disturbing side-effects from the shots have been viewed by millions. Fact-checking efforts can’t keep up.
This month’s focus is on Zhang Zhan, who had been posting reports from Wuhan since early February. She was arrested in May.
The company is facing multiple lawsuits from the Department of Justice and three dozen states. Here’s what you need to know.
A new antitrust case against Google alleges that the two companies made a deal to reduce competition in online advertising.
State and local officials are scrambling to figure out how to inoculate millions—after health care workers and the elderly—against the novel coronavirus.
This month’s list focuses on cases relating to Covid-19, as thousands of individuals have called on the UN to free jailed journalists amid the ongoing pandemic.
In a program that overcame three court challenges this year, planes with high-tech cameras circled the city up to 40 hours a week.