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Media Bias/Fact Check
This website evaluates the biases of newspapers and other news sources.
Fact Checking Websites and Browser Plug-Ins
This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization checks the accuracy of what is said by people involved in U.S. politics. It includes analysis of current speeches and commercials, information on false or misleading viral rumors, and an "Ask FactChecK" service. "FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania."
"PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others who speak up in American politics. PolitiFact is run by editors and reporters from the Tampa Bay Times,..."
Washington Post's Fact Checker
This blog by reporter Glenn Kessler checks the accuracy of statements made by political figures.
This highly-regarded website, founded by David Mikkelson, investigates the veracity of urban legends and rumors. Sources are cited for each claim.
"Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy."
Alerts users to unreliable news sources in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge
This plug-in for Chrome flags untrustworthy, biased, malicious or satirical content.
Available for Chrome, this plug-in "blocks" known fake news sites and provides links to more reputable sources. It also gives feedback on how partisan your browsing patterns are and recommends articles to balance your sources.