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Democrats Will Never Win the Fact-Checking War
Right-wing politicians can get away with ignoring media criticism, but Democrats can't.
Snopes raises over $500K to stay alive during legal battle
False: The for-profit fact-checking website has no choice but to shut down.
Snopes Says it Needs to Raise $500k to Stay in Business
It had to start a GoFundMe campaign.
Trump got climate change almost entirely wrong in his Paris speech
We tested out Google's new fact-checking feature
We Need to Teach Kids How to Be Skeptical of the Internet
According to a year-long study from Stanford researchers, the inability of young students to tell “fake news” from real news is alternately “dismaying,” “bleak,” and a “threat to democracy.”
The Real Journalists Behind Facebook’s Push to Stop Fake News
Organizations like Politifact and Snopes will help verify stories as they're shared.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
How the “post-truth” election has put a strain on America's fact-checkers
How to Be Your Own Fact-Checker During the Presidential Debate
Sometimes, if you want something done right, you need to do it yourself.
Calling Bullshit on the Internet's Islamophobic Memes
Words aren't necessarily true just because they're superimposed over an image.
Here's How to Prevent Fake News from Spreading on Social Media
There's a lot of BS in our newsfeeds, but we can change that.
The Internet Is a Giant Lie Factory
Even though the world wide web has made it easier than ever to disprove rumors and urban legends, there's still a lot of disinformation that goes viral thanks to the legions of people who will click "share" before checking to see if something is true.