Dana Priest talks about her book, "Top Secret America" on Dec. 2, 2011. (Creative Commons/Miller Center)

In the news this week, the elites at the World Economic Forum will be taking on fake news, while Snapchat, Facebook and Google all make inroads against fake news as well. A new report finds that big publishers aren’t exactly cashing in on social media efforts. And six journalists were arrested covering protests during the Inauguration, and charged with felonies. Politico’s Alex Weprin joins us to talk about the rise of conservative media on Facebook Live, and the latest on Breitbart News trying to go legit. Our Metric of the Week is homepage traffic, and we speak with longtime investigative reporter Dana Priest.

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