A lot of things are going on right now, but one of them is that people don’t like their stories told.

It seems that the world is so far gone that we can’t get much more than the facts, and this isn’t good for our entertainment.

As a result, there is no shortage of fake news, and many are getting around the truth.

And they are spreading the fake news like wildfire.

That’s where you come in.

We want to know more about the world we live in and what is really going on in the world, so we reached out to a few of our favorite journalists to tell you the truth behind the biggest stories in the news.

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It’s the ‘Real News’ In the age of social media, you’ve got a lot of information to keep up with.

But the truth is that it’s mostly fiction.

The truth is you have no idea what’s going on and what’s real and what isn’t.

It depends on the source.

And it’s just not true.

There are so many fake news stories that are out there that are just not very real.

You’ve got stories about a young woman who’s been kidnapped by aliens and taken into a remote desert for years, but that is just a bunch of fake stuff.

It all goes back to the same story, so the real news is in the mainstream media.

You know, people are telling us that the election is rigged, but the truth isn’t that different.

And that’s a lot.

There’s a reason why CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times and other mainstream news outlets all got their own fake news story.

The same way, there are so much fake news on Twitter that you’ll get some things and others won’t.

There is a lot that people think is fake and you just have to take it with a grain of salt.

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The ‘Fake News’ and the ‘Fake ‘T’ In fact, most of the fake media is just propaganda designed to distract us from the real problems in the country, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center.

And not only are most fake news sites run by people who don’t understand how to use the internet, they’re run by some who are actively hostile to the First Amendment.

You don’t have to like fake news to find out that it is fake news.

In fact it is often a way to get more clicks.

This is because fake news has no source, but instead is spread by the people who use it.

We know that people use fake news all the time, but it’s really not true, according a 2016 study by Pew Research.

And this is where we get into the real issues.

We’re going to be discussing what’s really going and what people are actually doing with all of the stories that people are spreading.

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Fake News on Facebook and Twitter It seems like the whole world is being fed fake news in real time, with the people spreading it.

But if you look at how many times people are sharing fake news from Facebook, you’ll see that there’s a massive discrepancy in terms of the amount of time people spend on Facebook compared to how much time they spend on other social media.

According to Pew Research, almost two-thirds of Americans (64%) spend more time on Facebook than they do other social networks.

That means that if you spend just 20 minutes a day on Facebook, that means you spend more than three hours a day using Facebook.

And if you’re a young person, that’s more than half an hour a day.

That also means that you spend most of your time on Twitter, according the Pew report.

The data that shows that most people spend more of their time on social media than other platforms is from a 2016 survey.

It found that half of Facebook users spend between one and three hours per day on the site.

And the study also found that the most popular news source for young people was the Facebook news feed.

The study found that while nearly three-quarters of young people use social media in a social setting, only 36% of 18-to-29-year-olds do.

In other words, young people spend the majority of their social media time.

And we’re not just talking about Facebook.

There was also a study by YouGov in 2016, which also found young people are far more likely to be active users of social networking sites.

The survey found that, in general, people under the age.

35 are the most active users, and they’re also more likely than other age groups to use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

So, in short, social media is a place where you spend a lot more time than other places and it is not only a place for people to express themselves.

This fact has also been known for a while.

A 2016 study from the American Psychological Association found that nearly 80 percent of people say that social media has influenced their life in some way, and