Wikipedia is wildly popular, but is it reliable? That depends. Because Wikipedia is edited by its users, any given article will generally be watched and edited most closely by the people who care most about the subject. When the subject is pop music or great radio stations or even us, that might not be a big deal. But if it's the Israel-Lebanon conflict, it's like asking Coke and Pepsi to cooperate on writing an article about the "world's greatest cola."
Apparently, the CIA has at least considered 638 different ways to kill Castro.
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