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Fake News: Separating Truth From Fiction: Home

Welcome To Our Guide on Fake News Sources!

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Fake News: Separating Truth From Fiction

This guide contains information and web resources regarding the current climate of fake news and how to evaluate what sources might be fake, misleading, clickbait or satire.  To use this guide, click on the numbered tabs above to reveal the page content.

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