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Activist group The Yes Men handed out copies of a fake Washington Post on Wednesday with the headline "Unpresidented," anti-Trump stories... [Read More]
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A sure-fire Foolitzer winner. [Read More]
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Real fake news! Activists handed out imitation Washington Post newspapers in Washington DC showing the resignation of President Donald Trump. [Read More]
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The term "fake news" in its current, popular incarnation means "News that says bad things about me," and does not deal with whether or not... [Read More]
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The Washington Post warned people to beware of fake copies of its newspaper and website appearing Wednesday that say President Trump is abruptly leaving office. [Read More]
The Washington Post warned people to beware of fake copies of its newspaper and website appearing Wednesday that say President Trump is abruptly leaving office. [Read More]
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The new app will allow people to report fake accounts so that researchers can gather the information necessary to bring about their closure. [Read More]
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Literal fake news circulated around Washington, D.C., on Wednesday - in the guise of The Washington Post. [Read More]
Fake editions of The Washington Post claiming that President Donald Trump was leaving office were handed out Wednesday morning at multiple locations in Washington, D.C.... [Read More]
NewsGuard, the service founded by two publishing pros and staffed by journalists, gets a boost from Microsoft in its quest to expand its ratings of... [Read More]
It's fake "fake news." Bogus copies of the Washington Post were circulated around Washington, DC, Wednesday morning with a blaring front-page headline claiming President Trump... [Read More]
WASHINGTON, DC (WJZ) — Some DC residents received some real-life fake news Wednesday morning. A mysterious round of fake editions of the Washington Post was handed... [Read More]
"UNPRESIDENTED," reads the giant headline. "TRUMP HASTILY DEPARTS WHITE HOUSE, ENDING CRISIS." That shocking story was delivered on crisp newsprint to commuters around Washington, D.C.,... [Read More]
The source of the authentic-looking newspapers was unclear, but Liberal activist group Code Pink posted a video of founder Madea Benjamin passing out copies... [Read More]
Protesters have created satirical newspapers before, but the tactic comes with more baggage in the era of fake news. [Read More]
After previously denouncing press reports of higher than normal absences of airport security personnel during a partial government shutdown as "fake news," the Transportation Security... [Read More]
Fake news is reaching a whole new height today, as fake copies of The Washington Post popped up all over Washington, D.C. this morning. The... [Read More]
Liberal activists in Wahsington D.C. handed out fake copies of the Washington Post and even set up a website mimicking the paper. [Read More]
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