Journalists have to be fact-checkers as part of the job. But, a little more than a decade ago, one journalist felt it was necessary to take fact-checking to another level. Politicians were becoming more brazen and social media was pushing a lot of lies and conspiracy theories faster than news media outlets could catch them. On the scene came Politifact. We spoke with the editor-in-chief Angie Holan about making sure politicians are staying - or at least trying to stay - honest.
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