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Science vs. Pseudoscience
Founded in 1994, Snopes checks the facts for urban legends, rumors, and misinformation.
This website is run by the University of Pennsylvania, and provides information about the factual accuracy of claims made by political figures.
Pulitzer-prize winning website that fact-checks political statements.
Resources for Educators
AdFontes Media is the creator of the Media Bias Chart, and their recorded webinars explain their rating methodology as well as help educators incorporate media evaluation into class work.
9 Tricks to Avoid Fake News
AllSides lists news stories from sources, rated by their ideological bias (this data is from user votes).
Media Bias/Fact Check
A comprehensive resource for information about the bias and trustworthiness of online sources.
Media Bias Chart
This up-to-date chart rates media outlets by their level of fact-based reporting and partisan bias.