Real Or Fake News? NPR has an April Fools' Day tradition of airing a fake humorous news piece in one of its news shows. Can you tell the difference between the fake news stories and the merely bizarre ones?
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Real Or Fake News?

Real Or Fake News?

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Contestants Jake Douglas and Megan Osimanti compete in a game on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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NPR has an April Fools' Day tradition of airing a fake humorous news piece in one of its news shows. Can you tell the difference between the fake news stories and the merely bizarre ones?

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