The internet and social media are great resources for finding information, but they're also the perfect vehicles for spreading misinformation. Fake news stories have been particularly prevalent during this election cycle.
Some stories are easy to spot as fakes: "Lindsay Lohan Gives Birth to Two-headed Monster!" Others are harder: "The President Suffered a Heart Attack!" So how can you tell the fake news from the real?
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