How to spot fake news in your news feed

Fox News has created a new algorithm that takes into account the way you read news and then presents it in a more compelling way.

The company has released a new tool that will automatically highlight relevant articles in your feed and then automatically refresh the article if they are inaccurate.

The new tool, which is available to users of Fox News News’ iOS app, will show up in the News Feed at the top of every article and will automatically refresh when a new one is published.

In the future, the algorithm will also be able to suggest new content and suggest more relevant stories, according to Fox News.

While it is unclear how the algorithm is going to be used, it is likely to be a major improvement over the current automated process, which relies on users to manually refresh content to find out if it is true or not.

Earlier this month, Fox News said that it will add a new feature that automatically pulls in relevant articles to display in the news feed and allow users to quickly share relevant stories and articles.

Fox News also announced that it is partnering with the Pew Research Center to create a new website that will track news in the United States and around the world.

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