CNN, Gawker and The Atlanta Journal Constitution were among the media outlets who fell for a radio station’s hoax about Justin Bieber moving to Atlanta, Sydney Smith reports. Smith counts more than 20 outlets that ran stories claiming residents of Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood were protesting a potential move by Bieber into the city. (In fairness, legitimate Bieber news can often be difficult to believe.)
Among the story's revelations: a key former Trump official who said she regretted signing the family separation policy into existence
Where Gannett has spread itself too thin, the Times has found overwhelming success with its longstanding digital-focused plan
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There’s no evidence the CDC classifies it as “airborne” or has said it can spread to people who are 15 feet away from someone who is infected.