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Staying informed is important — but not always financially feasible

Though news organizations need financial stability of subscriptions, we must recognize inequalities in awareness created by financial barriers

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When we’re the problem: On news consumption, misinformation and accountability

We live in an era where news comes at us like rapid fire. Don't let that stop you from playing an active role in your media consumption.

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Citizens must stay informed through reliable news sources to combat work of Russain trolls

Because of Trump's attacks on media, knowing who to trust more difficult, yet more important than ever

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Fake news isn’t just fake facts — cherry-picking, misrepresenting the truth is still a lie

Politicians using selective hearing when searching for data to fit agendas immoral, unethical

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Why the Sinclair scripts decrying fake news are inherently hypocritical

Sinclair Broadcast Group preaches commitment to the facts, but haven't been able to straighten them out themselves

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Trump’s criticism of FBI unwarranted, troubling

Recent backlash from Intelligence Community officials highlights president's lack of integrity

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Responsible anonymous sourcing enhances news coverage

Media outlets such as The New York Times have protected identities of valued sources, providing consumers with crucial insights

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From the desk of the editor: Publications strive their best to fight ‘fake news’ — news consumers should too

Those who do not take time to fact check stories they're sharing are just as complicit in the epidemic of 'fake news'

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Journalism education emphasizes transparency, ethics, accuracy, not deceit, bias

Suggesting that factual inaccuracies, bias rule journalism industry is preposterous

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Panel of journalists talk fake news, responsible reporting in 2018

Panel disagreed on where accountability lies, but agreed support of good journalism institutions key