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"Fake" News

Credible News Sources

The best way to detect if a news story sounds fishy is by staying current with the news and reading it regularly.

Of course, just because something is in a library database does not make it 100% reliable, but your odds of finding credible sources are much better than by relying solely on unevaluated Internet resources. 

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