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Fake News: Separating Truth From Fiction: 5. Fact Checking Tools & Research

Fake News Resources

Fortunately, there are many tools to help identify fake news stories and headlines out there. If you suspect a story might be fake, use the fact checking resources below to see if they have investigated that headline or story.  Keep in mind these are only tools and no substitute for your own critical analysis.  See this Daily Breeze article on who is checking the fact checkers! 


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