Here’s another one dealing with the issue of “fact or fake”, but in a non-news context. The Wall Street Journal asks its website users whether they can identify counterfeit goods, for example as they are sold on e-commerce platforms. You can check whether you can spot “the real thing” here. (I only managed to get 1 out of 5 right, by the way!)
Something we have not yet portrayed seems to be Snopes. Time to do so now! Snopes describes itself as “…the definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation.” Anyone can go to Snopes and check whether urban myths and news stories are believed to be real or fake. Users can do searches on Snopes, and the engine then provides results featuring that search term, plus assessments and evaluations (“true” or “false” or “mixture”) of respective claims and stories.