Good uses questions as headlines for nearly every single article that publishes. I know this is something that lots of media sources do these days, but it gives the impression that you're only raising questions rather than providing insightful observation and analysis. Or that you're not sure that any claims you're making/investigating are legit. I don't think either is the case. It's Ok to stand behind your articles without the safety net of the question mark. You're doing good work, stand by it proudly!
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