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Fake News and Lavish Parties: Teens Cash In on Empire of Lies
Fake news ran wild during the presidential election — and even though the contest is over, the gold rush continues for dozens of enterprising teens in a remote Macedonian town. Their main cash cow: president-elect Donald Trump. "Nothing can beat Trump's supporters when it comes to social media engagement," says 18-year-old Dimitri, who claims to have made $60,000 in the past six months from the fake news phenomenon. NBC News takes you inside the small town of Veles, where the teens spend big on cars, clubbing and real estate as they cash in on an empire of lies that shook a presidential election.
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 12:17:00 GMT
A Bittersweet Christmas for Obama Fans
This year's card features a much grayer President Obama than the one Americans elected for the first time eight years ago.
Sat, 10 Dec 2016 00:03:00 GMT
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