This page is all about Fake News - how to recognize it when you see it! There are many articles and resources here from a variety of sources.
Scholarly articles about managing news and how it is consumed by various groups - teens, seniors, etc.
Marchi, Regina. “With Facebook, Blogs, and Fake News, Teens Reject Journalistic “Objectivity.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 36, no.3 (July 2012) 246-262. Communication & Mass Media Complete. EBSCOHOST (Accessed November 28, 2016)
Baym, Geoffrey. “Grappling With Fake News: Beyond the Real/Unreal Dichotom.” Conference Papers – International Communication Association (2009 Annual Meeting 2009): 1. Communication & Mass Media Complete. EBSCOHOST (accessed November 28, 2016)
The Pizzagate Fake "News" story promoted by a talk radio host resulted in a near disaster and one listener landed himsef in prison for his belief.