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Fact Checking Resources
A Project of The Annenberg Public Policy Center.
Focuses exclusively on false and misleading scientific claims that are made by partisans to influence public policy.
Pulitzer Prize-winning fact-check site.
Award-winning fact-checking site.
Provides multiple angles on the same story.
From the nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the Center for Responsive Politics, the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
The Washington Post Fact-Checker
While focused primarily on political facts, it covers specific claims in-depth and with plenty of cross-referencing.
International Fact-Checking Network
Housed at the Poynter Institute, the Network promotes a code of principles. This page provides the code and a list of signatories.
How to Spot Fake News
IFLA Fake News Infographic
Based on the FactCheck.org’s article below, IFLA has made this infographic with eight simple steps to discover the verifiability of a given news-piece in front of you.
How to Spot Fake News article
How To Spot Fake News
This article from factcheck.org lists the steps to take to verify if an article is true or not.
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