Stuart A. Thompson, The New York Times

Stuart A. Thompson

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Past articles by Stuart:

What’s Next for Tucker Carlson? Former Anchors Chart a Possible Course

Many nightly news hosts who commanded large audiences before leaving their networks have continued their careers elsewhere — with mixed results. → Read More

What Fox News Hosts Said Privately vs. Publicly About Voter Fraud

Dozens of private messages, released as part of a lawsuit against Fox, revealed what was said behind the scenes. → Read More

Disinformation Researchers Raise Alarms About A.I. Chatbots

Researchers used ChatGPT to produce clean, convincing text that repeated conspiracy theories and misleading narratives. → Read More

How Twitter Bots Drowned Out Posts About Protests in China

Chinese protesters shared videos and photos to Twitter. But their posts were swarmed by escort and gambling ads. → Read More

Facebook Failed to Stop Ads Threatening Election Workers

The ads, submitted by researchers, were rejected by YouTube and TikTok. → Read More

How Republicans Fed a Misinformation Loop About the Pelosi Attack

Within hours of the brutal attack last week on Paul Pelosi, Republican officials and media figures began circulating groundless claims — nearly all of them sinister, and many homophobic — about what had happened. → Read More

Do You Know Someone Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories? We Want to Hear About It.

Share your experience if you, a friend or a family member believes or once believed in a popular conspiracy theory. → Read More

Racist and Violent Ideas Jump From Web’s Fringes to Mainstream Sites

Despite some efforts by the largest tech companies to limit the spread of hateful content, it often remains only a click or two away. → Read More

Debunking 3 Viral Rumors About the Texas Shooting

False and unfounded claims started to spread online shortly after the killings. → Read More

The War in Ukraine, as Seen on Russian TV

According to Russian news media, the worst atrocities in Ukraine are staged. We analyzed more than 50 hours of television to show Russia’s version of events. → Read More

Boeing plans to relocate its headquarters to Virginia from Chicago.

The move underscores the importance of the federal government to the aerospace giant’s business. → Read More

QAnon Cheers Republican Attacks on Jackson. Democrats See a Signal.

Criticism of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s sentencing decisions emerged as a theme among Republicans — and renewed debate about the party’s stance toward QAnon. → Read More

No, athletes are not dying from Covid-19 vaccines.

Claims about professional athletes dying after getting vaccinated have been a recurring conspiracy theory since the shots were introduced. → Read More

Opinion | 179 Reasons You Probably Don’t Need to Panic About Inflation

These charts break down the data behind the headline numbers. → Read More

Opinion | Three Weeks Inside a Pro-Trump QAnon Chat Room

Here’s what it sounded like. → Read More

Find Your Place in the Vaccine Line

See when you might be able to get a shot. → Read More

5 Ways Your Ballot Might Be Rejected

Opinion How Could Your Ballot Be Rejected? Let Us Count the Ways Part of a visual series from Opinion on how the election could go wrong. → Read More

Don’t Fill Ginsburg’s Seat. Signed, the Republican Senators of 2016.

Republicans from 2016 make their case against Republicans of today. → Read More

Fill Ginsburg’s Seat Now. Signed, the Democratic Senators of 2016

Democrats from 2016 make their case against the Democrats of today. → Read More

Every Place Has Its Own Climate Risk. What Is It Where You Live?

Enter your county and we’ll tell you. → Read More