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Reality Team is powered by a team of communications professionals, technologists, cybersecurity and disinformation analysts from the private and public sector who are committed to pushing back against disinformation. Our content is entirely independent, and non-partisan, focused on dispelling myths, rumors and disinformation.
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Where to Fact Check
AllSides Bias Ratings
Provides readers a sense of the political leanings of the source.
A product of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, this site is terrific for checking up on political claims.
Use for debunking email and Internet hoaxes, thwarting Internet scammers, educating yourself about email and Internet
security issues, and combating spam.
A nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
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. They also cite their sources at the end of each debunking.
Google fact-check explorer
Search fact check results from the web about a topic or person Search fact checks from the web. search. Recent fact checks. Report Issue. Search. Clear search.
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Interactive Media Bias Chart
This Interactive Media Bias Chart® is a data visualization that displays measures of news (and “news-like”) articles and sources
Discover your Bias
Bias starts with you. Learn about your own bias and how it compares with others. You can also help us rate the media bias of online sources.