How do young people get their news? how much do they trust different news sources? whether can spot "fake news"? A common sense media study, "News and America’s Kids: How Young People Perceive and Are Impacted by the News," finds that American kids (aged between 10 and 18) value the news, saying that following the news helps them feel prepared to make a difference in their communities, but many of them also feel neglected and misrepresented or see racial and gender biasis in it. Kids are also fooled by fake news and trust family for news (but still prefer to get it from social media). Read more.