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We propose a method to rate the credibility of news articles using three clues: (1) commonality of the contents of articles among different news publishers; (2) numerical agreement versus contradiction of numerical values reported in the articles; and (3) objectivity based on subjective speculative phrases and news sources. We tested this method on news stories taken from seven different news sites on the Web. The average agreement between the system-produced "credibility" and the manualdoi:10.1145/1148170.1148316 dblp:conf/sigir/NaguraSKA06 fatcat:umdngqwwzrezpdg4amvp6lej24