You can find websites by searching the Internet with your keywords. When searching the Internet, it is important that you analyze your sources carefully to make sure the information is correct and unbiased.
|.gov||Government||Branches of the United States federal government||Yes|
|.edu||Higher Education||Colleges, universities||Yes|
|.org||Non-Profit Organization||Charitable, religious, or lobbying groups||Yes|
|.mil||Military||Branches of the United States Armed Forces||Yes|
|.net||Internet Service Provider||Catch-all for various different types of websites||No|
Site seeks to share information to improve News Literacy by providing instruction on how to locate reliable information in the media.
A "nonpartisan, non-profit consumer advocate" for voters which seeks to reduce deception and confusion in U.S. politics.
Sister website to Factcheck.org that includes resources to help viewers see flaws in general arguments and political ads.
Library database that provides information containing multiple perspectives or arguments about common controversial topics.
Site that began research into the truth behind urban legends has since grown into the oldest and largest fact-checking site on the Internet.