Settle in with these weekend reads

(CNN)Finding joy in your emails. Losing sight of what is real. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed during a busy news week.

"Deepfakes" may take disinformation to a new level. Go inside the Pentagon's race against doctored videos and test your detection skills.
    First, HAHAHA. Second, we get it. Players have to psyche themselves up before big games, especially the Super Bowl. But consider these six factors before calling the New England Patriots the underdog team over the Los Angeles Rams.
    We asked Marie Kondo for help tidying up digital life. She says you should create two folders. And then delete, delete, delete.
    The first woman to fly a tactical fighter jet in the US Navy opened the door for more than just women in combat but also those transitioning to civilian life. Now, at her funeral, she will receive the first-ever all-female flyover.
    11-year-old Ruby Kate Chitsey spends a lot of her summer at nursing homes. A conversation with the woman in the wheelchair sparked an idea that led to $30,000 for the elderly in need.
    The truth is other countries are several steps ahead of the United States, writes Joss Greene. Take Pakistan, for example, and what it gets right about transgender rights.
      The sheer number of twins in this sleepy rural town corresponds to a cultural phenomenon: Twins are revered in Yoruba culture as gifts from God, dual entities protected by spirits and possessed of magical powers.