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Fake News: Fact Checking
Fake news is often shared more widely than actual news. Learn how to identify fake news.
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Fact Checking Links
One of the oldest debunking sites on the Internet, Snopes.com focuses on urban legends, news stories and memes. the also cite their sources at the end of each debunking.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Politifact researches the claims of politicians and checks their accuracy.
A product of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this site is terrific for checking up on political claims.
The Washington Post: Factchecker
A product of The Washington Post known for fact checking politicians on the accuracy of their statements.
Media Bias Fact Check
Comprehensive media bias resource with over 1000 media sources listed.
A professional networking website where you can look up the authors of articles and books to see if they're credible.
Search for the original source for an image to verify its authenticity.
Check website traffic, statistics, and analytics.
Known fake, parodic and misleading news sites
One of America's premier parodic news sites.
The Daily Dot Fake News Sites List
A compiled list of fake news sites. This list is not exhaustive and can be updated at any time.
The Borowitz Report
From humorist, Andy Borowitz, a column paradizing and commenting on current news trends.
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