This week, we talk to Candace Buckner of The Washington Post about her role as a sports columnist. Buckner
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Claims that cite scientific evidence are seemingly everywhere — in our social media feeds and in headlines from standards-based
This week, we talk to data reporter Emilie Munson of the Times Union, a local news organization based in
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Elections are the lifeblood of democracy, but political campaigns are often rancorous, controversial and polarizing events. As if the
This week, we talk to Washington Post reporter María Luisa Paúl about her recent story on 7-year-old Tariq, whose
People generally feel that their opinions are rational and carefully considered. But in reality, we are all vulnerable to
This discussion guide serves as a companion for adult learners and community members viewing the PBS documentary Storm Lake.
The best way for you to help reduce misinformation online is to avoid sharing it.
This week, we talk to Seana Davis, a journalist with the Reuters Fact Check team, about her work monitoring,
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