Tips for searching fact-checking sites: Find the latest news items on the home page or What’s New section. When searching via the search box, for best results type in one or two keywords, nothing too lengthy or specific.
Annenberg Political Fact Check: Designed to help voters by “monitoring the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.”
Center for Public Integrity: A well-documented investigative journalism organization and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2014 & 2017.
Newsguard: Browser extension that provides an easy way to evaluate websites. “Green-Red ratings compiled by a team of trained journalists signal if a website is trying to get it right, has a hidden agenda, or knowingly publishes falsehoods or propaganda.”
Politifact: A fact-checking website founded by editors of Time Magazine and in conjunction with Congressional Quarterly.
Snopes: The oldest and largest fact-checking site online; an independent publication owned by Snopes Media Group. Includes a “What’s New” section for the latest stories. Search box best used for one or two keywords. Option to submit items for consideration for the site to fact check.