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Award-winning fact-checking website Snopes cites my blog post debunking Fox News “cheeseburger emoji controversy”
New York Times: Google Serves Fake News Ads in an Unlikely Place: Fact-Checking Sites. “The headlines are eye-catching. Melania Trump is leaving the White House! 57 more words
Breast Cancer Awareness Month runs during the whole month of October. With that being said, each October there are always new break throughs in breast cancer research. 1,302 more words
Final Fact-Check: Trisodium Phosphate aka 'Paint Thinner' Found in Cereals? Dangerous for children to ingest?
As a newly pronounced vegan, one of the things I am finding even more difficult than cutting out meat and dairy products, is finding products that do not contain any harmful or artificial ingredients. 1,713 more words
What better news to fact-check than one that capitalizes words and attacks people and political parties in just the headline alone?
The second I saw… 759 more words