False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical "News" Sources
Fake News Infograph
How to Spot Fake News
Fact Check Like a Pro Infograph
Fearless Fact-Finding Document (Common Sense Media)
News Website Evaluation Quiz
Fake or Real?? Class Activity
Student News Daily
Links to Fact-Checking Sites
AllSides - While not a fact-checking site, AllSides curates stories from right, center and leftleaning media so that readers can easily compare how bias influences reporting on each topic.
Fact Check - This nonpartisan, nonprofit project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by U.S. political players, including politicians, TV ads, debates, interviews and news releases.
Media Matters - This nonprofit and self described liberal-leaning research center monitors and corrects conservative misinformation in the media.
NewsBusters - A project of the conservative Media Research Center, NewsBusters is focused on “documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias.”
Open Secrets - This nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit website run by the Center for Responsive Politics tracks how much and where candidates get their money.
Politifact - This Pulitzer Prize winning website rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials. Run by editors and reporters from the independent newspaper Tampa Bay Times, Politifact features the Truth-O-Meter that rates statements as “True,” “Mostly True,” “Half True,” “False,” and “Pants on Fire.”
ProPublica - This independent, nonprofit newsroom has won several Pulitzer Prizes, including the 2016 Prize for Explanatory Reporting. ProPublica produces investigative journalism in the public interest.
Snopes - This independent, nonpartisan website run by professional researcher and writer David Mikkelson researches urban legends and other rumors. It is often the first to set the facts straight on wild fake news claims.
The Sunlight Foundation - This nonpartisan, nonprofit organization uses public policy data-based journalism to make politics more transparent and accountable.
TRY ME - A Game That Tests Your News Sense
How To Choose Your News
How False News Can Spread