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Politifact's Misinformation Handbook for Epidemics
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How to Evaluate Information for Research
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Fact Checking Links
A product of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this site is terrific for checking up on political claims.
Similar to Snopes but tighter in scope, Hoax-Slayer focuses on email hoaxes, identity theft scams and spam.
A professional networking website where you can look up the authors of articles and books to see if they're credible.
Newsguard's Coronavirus Misinformation Tracking Center
Newsguard's list of all the news and information sites in the U.S., the U.K., France, Italy, and Germany that they have identified — 164 so far — as publishing materially false information about the virus.
NPR: President Trump's Tweets, Annotated
From the journalists at NPR Politics: President Trump tweets a lot. With tens of millions of followers on Twitter, Trump proposes policy, shares his latest actions and reacts to the news. But 140 characters rarely gives the full context. Here, we attempt to do just that for key tweets beginning on Jan. 20, when he officially took office.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Politifact researches the claims of politicians and checks their accuracy.
One of the oldest debunking sites on the Internet, Snopes.com focuses on urban legends, news stories and memes. the also cite their sources at the end of each debunking.
The Washington Post Fact-Checker
While focused primarily on political facts, it covers specific claims in-depth and with plenty of cross-referencing.