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Fake News, Real News: News Sources

Even credible sources can be bias in their reporting.

Check out this chart, created by AllSides, to get an idea of what bias popular news sources have.

Even Trusted News Sources Can Spread Fake News!

Relying on newspapers and news magazines will make it less likely that you will encounter fake news, but it can still happen. It is still important to check your facts.
"Fake News' and How The Washington Post Rewrote Its Story On Russian Hacking of the Power Grid"  
by Kalev Leetaru, Forbes, January 1, 2017


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