Why we’re more likely to use the word ‘fake’ than ‘fake news’ when we’re reading the news

article The headline of this article has a word that’s usually used to describe the opposite: fake.

The word, like so many words in our daily lives, is loaded with meaning and, often, a lot of confusion.

If you’ve ever been tempted to use a word to describe something that doesn’t really exist, you’ve likely been using a word as a “fake” when you’re not.

To understand the difference between a fake and a fake news article, we spoke to a number of experts to get the full scoop.

Fake News: The Fake News That’s Not Fake But It’s Definitely Not Fake The word “fake,” while often used to indicate a false story or fabrication, is rarely used in a way that would be considered “fake news.”

The word itself is a shortened form of “faker,” meaning to tell a false or inaccurate story.

While the term “fakenews” is often associated with the false and deceptive news that gets posted on social media and elsewhere, it’s actually not the same as the false information.

A false news article is not fake news.

It’s simply false information that’s not factually accurate.

The difference lies in the context of the news that it’s reporting.

For example, in the days following President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the media was rife with reports about the possibility of “fake election results” that were later proven to be false.

The reports about “fake results” had been circulating online for weeks, and were a common source of misinformation about how the election was actually going.

When Trump won the presidency, he promised to put a halt to the fake news and “lock her up.”

But he also tweeted that he had no intention of doing anything about the “fake elections” that had been spreading throughout the world.

That was not a statement that he intended to implement.

When it comes to the way we interpret news, the word “news” refers to what is being reported.

It does not refer to the actual news that’s being reported, which is a much more subjective and subjective term.

When the news is being filtered through a filter that’s designed to fit a narrative, a false article will be presented as fact.

Fake news stories will be viewed as “fake stories” because they’re false.

They’re a way of presenting misinformation that’s often misleading or inaccurate, but they also have the added benefit of reinforcing a negative narrative about the news industry, the public, and politicians.

The News Industry Is Using Fake News to Sell Its Products to a Crowd of People There’s an enormous difference between what’s being sold and what’s actually being presented to the public.

For instance, you might see a headline about a woman who was “accidentally” raped in an elevator with a headline like “Woman Accidentally Accidentally Raped by Two Guys.”

The headlines and descriptions are often the same, but the news has a different purpose.

In the case of a rape or sexual assault, the story is not about the victim, but rather, about the perpetrator.

The perpetrator of the crime, in this case, is the one who decides to rape someone.

In a rape story, the perpetrator is the person who decides that it is in their interest to rape the victim.

The victim, in contrast, is presented as the victim who decided to “act like a bitch.”

While it’s important to remember that the news media has a role to play in the way that people perceive the world around them, it also has a responsibility to tell the truth.

The public is supposed to be the judge of whether a story is a truthful or a false one, and that’s why the news can be used to manipulate the public’s perceptions of reality.

The “fake-news” industry isn’t the only news company using fake news stories to sell products and services to the mass of the public—it’s the largest of them all.

The following list, which was compiled by The Associated Press, includes the largest companies in the media business, as well as the biggest news organizations in the world: Google Google, one of the world’s most influential search engines, is responsible for the majority of the search results that people see when they search for “fake.”

In 2017, Google said it generated more than $1.7 billion in revenue from advertising.

That’s roughly the equivalent of the U.S. economy for the year.

While Google’s advertising revenue is often cited as a benchmark for the value of advertising, it is not.

While it may seem like it, Google’s revenue is not necessarily the same thing as the revenue generated by a legitimate company.

Google, for example, doesn’t actually generate much revenue from ad sales.

It actually has a much smaller percentage of revenue than its competitors do.

However, Google also owns a significant amount of media properties, including newspapers, magazines, and television networks, which have the potential to be profitable.

Google has also developed the technology to make the search