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Anatomy of a fake news scandal

Correction on Nov 17, 2017

Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated how many Russia-linked accounts had tweeted about Pizzagate. It was at least 14.

EPA budget cuts threaten to slow uranium cleanup at Navajo Nation

Correction on Feb 02, 2018

Correction: A researcher says a previous version of this story misstated some findings in unpublished research related to the Navajo Birth Cohort Study. A significant number of those tested, including babies, carried concentrations of uranium in their bodies far above the U.S. average. Babies who had uranium in their system at birth tended to show increased concentrations through the first year of life.