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Fake news. Sometimes funny… but always fake. -

This is a tough one. When you first go to, you’re greeted with a well-constructed page. But it seems a bit too jovial for a new-site. Their About Us page doesn’t lend any answers either: As far as we can tell, IYON isn’t a satire, per se, as it is an opinionated (and often comedic) take on real news.… -

One of the ways to check if a news source is legit is to simply look at the site itself. At first glance, Empire Herald seems fairly legit — the site looks polished and well formatted. But the site’s footer is ripe with broken/non-existent links, particularly the contact us and advertise links, both of which point to a # relative… -

The article submitted was the following: Rape Will Be Made Legal in at least 43 Countries If This Activist Has His Way. Is the article real, or satire? -

This one is actually easy, simply because the site itself tells us that it’s satirical. Check their Facebook About page and you’ll see — Long Description. Tribune Herald is a satirical publication. So . . . that’s that, right? 😉 -

The Daily Caller is often touted as the conservative answer to Huffington Post. Indeed, the Daily Caller themselves say they are “the balance against the rest of the conventional press,” which if you can’t tell by most conservative rhetoric is left-leaning. But conservative pundit and Daily Caller co-founder Carlson Tucker said that they would “not be tied to ideology.” This… -

Andrew Breitbart was a rather conservative author, The Washington Times commentator, and author. He also served as an editor for the Drudge Report website and was instrumental in starting Huffington Post.[1.] continues on in his conservative vein, even after Breitbart’s death in 2012. Despite Breitbart himself having the reputation of being a despicable person — or at least having… -

You can usually determine a site’s validity in about 5 seconds by looking at three things: disclaimers located at the footer of the front-/home-page (if you’re lucky and the site actually has one!); the number (and sometimes type) of ads on the site; images for the articles. So when we went to the article submitted for City World News (Handicapped… - is a Croatian site. Sorry, we don’t speak the language. If anyone reading speaks the language and can translate some stories or determine if the site is real or satire, please let us know in the comments! Thanks! -

The article submitted to us for Outfoxednews was this one — The Senate will vote to decide if climate change is real — which has all the makings of a satirical jab at Congressional incompetence and self-importance. I mean . . . voting whether or not something exists doesn’t have any impact on that thing’s actual existence, right? Alas, Congress…