To ask which news is fake is to presume there’s such a thing as reliable, unbiased news. There isn’t. There never was.
Trust no one. The only way to read the news is between the lines. That way you won’t be surprised by stuff like:
[quote]In the latest example why the “mainstream media” is facing a historic crisis of confidence among its readership, facing unprecedented blowback
following Craig Timberg November 24 Washington Post story “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say”, on Wednesday a lengthy editor’s note appeared on top of the original article in which the editor not only distances the WaPo from the “experts” quoted in the original article whose “work” served as the basis for the entire article (and which became the most read WaPo story the day it was published) but also admits the Post could not “vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s finding regarding any individual media outlet”, in effect admitting the entire story may have been, drumroll “fake news” and conceding the Bezos-owned publication may have engaged in defamation by smearing numerous websites - Zero Hedge included - with patently false and unsubstantiated allegations.[/quote]
(But don’t waste your time with: http://forumosa.trydiscourse.com/t/the-reliable-news-a-list/29787)
Walter Duranty lives on in many guises.