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List of Common Websites - To Help you Evaluate Sources
Where can I find the facts?
Check the facts here:
One of the oldest debunking sites on the Internet, Snopes.com focuses on urban legends, news stories and memes. They also cite their sources at the end of each debunking.
A product of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this site is terrific for checking up on political claims.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Politifact researches the claims of politicians and checks their accuracy.
Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts
Stopping the proliferation of fake news isn't just the responsibility of the platforms used to spread it. Those who consume news also need to find ways of determining if what they're reading is true. We offer several tips below.
Top News Sites
The Wall Street Journal
WSJ online coverage of breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world.
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The New York Times
Find breaking news, multimedia, reviews & opinion on Washington, business, sports, movies, travel, books, jobs, education, real estate, etc.
The Washington Post
Breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment more.
View the latest news and breaking news today for U.S., world, weather, entertainment, politics and health at CNN.com.
C-SPAN.org gives you access to C-SPAN's daily coverage of Washington and more than 200,000 hours of extensively indexed and archived C-SPAN video.
Coverage of Washington, D.C. includes the U.S. Congress, lobbying, the media and the presidency.