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Fact Checking Resources
A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center
The Washington Post site for analyzing the truth of stories about and quotes by politicians and public figures as well as explaining current issues and rhetoric
Is This True? A Fake News Database
According to the database's sponsors, POLITICO, "By both crowd-sourcing information and scouring the internet ourselves, POLITICO will identify potential pieces of disinformation, which will be vetted by our staff." The purpose is to shed light on false political content.
A nonpartisan fact-checking website and project of the Tampa Bay Times, owned by the Poynter Institute, a nonprofit school for journalists
This website is PolitiFact's guide to fake news. It contains a comprehensive linked list of known fact news purveyors, where they are located, and the type of content they disseminate.