Politics

What's The Difference Between Bad News And Fake News?

The term "fake news" has been everywhere recently. It's been so widespread, in fact, that some might say it's lost its meaning—many people will use it to describe any news they disagree with. In fact, there are very real ways to determine whether news is "fake"—that is, patently incorrect or flat-out made up—or just problematic, such as in the case of biased stories or propaganda. Delve into what makes up these differences in the video below.

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Written by Curiosity Staff February 28, 2017

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