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Fake News? Evaluate it!: Tips on Checking for Fake News

Top Six Red Flags

red flags for fake news - it is only true source, opinion statements, prove a negative, mentions plots by media - be careful

Media Bias Chart

Bias is different than fake news. Many publishers offer information from the perspective of the editorial board. This chart, compiled by Vanessa Otero, a practicing attorney in Denver Colorado, is her attempt to educate people about the way some popular news sources present the news.

Media sources, liberal, conservative, balanced, extreme

How to Identify Fake News in 10 Steps



Compiled by the ProQuest, a company that provides research databases, this 10-step checklist is a great tool for learning how to sort real news from fake news.