INDIANA — As we head into Election Day, the glut of online and print disinformation that has plagued our culture in recent years looks likely to multiply exponentially. There’s never been a better time to acquaint yourself and your loved ones with some basic practices on how to separate fact from fiction, real news from conspiracy theories.
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