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The Te'o family has a tearful moment when Katie Couric brings up criticism that Manti Te'o lied about his girlfriend.

Deadspin relied on unshakeable sourcing in proving the existence of a hoax involving the alleged dead girlfriend of Manti Te'o. The backup for alleging Te'o's complicity wasn't quite as strong.

Margaret Sullivan of the New York Times went "radical" on media mistakes regarding Newtown. She's mellowed a bit in the month since.

Why didn't he attend the funeral?

Reporter Pete Thamel's shortfall of journalistic skepticism. Or, there but for the grace of God go I.

Taiwanese animation captures media effort to verify Notre Dame linebacker's story about a deceased girlfriend.

Deadspin was out to debunk a hoax. But could it rely on some random woman it found on the Internet?

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