The wire service teletype machines: One prints the national and international report; the other the state and regional report.
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(adapted from NPR story on fact-checking; link below)
"Stopping the proliferation of fake news isn't just the responsibility of the platforms used to spread it. Those who consume news also need to find ways of determining if what they're reading is true. We offer several tips below. ..."
These aren't the only place to look, since checking facts involves your own critical thinking to determine what is relevant and authoritative. But these can provide a good place to start and some ideas for sources.
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