The days of “news” reality established via journalism and TV reports is long gone. In its place is the perpetual motion of social and digital media, an informational force that refuses to stop and agree on any one headline before penning its next. Online, advertisements look like headlines, and works of complete fiction, often published by seemingly reputable sources, read just like legitimate news stories. To separate opinion from fact and stay truly aware, it’s becoming more and more important to always evaluate a story before believing it.
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