Fact-Checking Census Shows Slower Growth

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Fact-checkers are now found in at least 102 countries—more than half the nations in the world.

The latest census by the Duke Reporters’ Lab identified 341 active fact-checking projects, up 51 from last June’s report.

But after years of steady and sometimes rapid growth, there are signs that trend is slowing...

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