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Do news entities provide only the facts? Why or why not? A- Yes, news entities provide facts and leave it to the individual to interpret them. B- No, news entities present only opinion-based information. C- Yes, news entities report the facts, not what they think. D- No, news entities offer opinions, debate, and interpretations of events.

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  1. manish00333
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    D- No, news entities offer opinions, debate, and interpretations of events.

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