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  • Jeffrey Epstein's Death Posted On Online Messaging Board 4Chan Before News Became Public

    The 4chan post was published less than an hour before ABC News reporter Aaron Katersky posted about Jeffrey Epstein's death on Twitter. Suicide remains the presumed cause of death.

    Tech Times
  • Forget Fake News, the Real Problem Is Stupid News

    "Fake news!" shouts the president. His supporters cheer. That drives my colleagues into a frenzy of self-absorbed handwringing: "Threats to press freedom

    Reason.com
  • Trump rips Fox News’ Shepard Smith: ‘Watching Fake News CNN is better’

    Who says President Trump never has a kind word for CNN? In a tweet Wednesday, the president said Fox News Channel is inferior in at least one respect to the network that his rallies regularly target with chants about how much it "sucks." "Watching Fake News CNN is better than

    The Washington Times
  • How to report fake news on Instagram

    Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Instagram announced today it’ll let you flag posts for false content. The feature will start rolling out to users in the US from today, and it’ll roll out to other parts of the world within two weeks. Right now this feature is only available on Instagram’s mobile apps. Here’s how you can report a post: Open the Instagram app on your phone, and head to the post...

    The Next Web
  • Piling On: Telemundo Smears The NRA With Fake News

    Telemundo continues its aggressive push for gun control, this time by putting out a story that suggests the National Rifle Association is under duress because of calls for increased gun control as a result of horrific shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

    NewsBusters
  • Instagram now lets users report fake news

    Instagram has rolled out a new feature which will allow users in the United States to report false information on the platform.

    @mybroadband
  • Fox News Highlights CNN's Hypocrisy on Public Confrontations

    On Tuesday's edition of The Ingraham Angle, guest host Jesse Watters and Fox News Contributor Raymond Arroyo reacted to CNN anchor Chris Cuomo's profanity-laced altercation with a man who referred to him as "Fredo." Watters opened the segment by saying "you don't want people coming up to someone, especially when they're with their family out in the street having fun, and calling them names and getting in their face." After stressing that he did not condone "that kind of mob mentality," Watters...

    CNS News