Where fake news goes to die
Updated 3:04 PM ET, Fri March 10, 2017
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Calabasas, California (CNN)The command center in the war against fake news isn't in some network's conference room or tech startup's offices. It's in a large ranch home nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, just north of Los Angeles.
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- A Dutch researcher who predicts big earthquakes in the US, the Philippines, Chile, Peru and Indonesia because of planetary alignment (scientists have shot that one down)
- And a claim from a Canadian study that chicken from fast food restaurants is only half chicken.
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