Use the following library databases to find news that is reputable. Click on the link after this list to go to an alphabetical listing of our databases.
Check out these two articles published by The Washington Post that deal with fake news and fact checking.
Watch this 5 minute Ted Talk to better understand news in today's world.
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions has made the following graphic available detailing eight steps to discover the verifiability of a given news-piece.
Even the media can be biased. So it is good idea to be critical of everything you read and look at multiple sources to get a broader-based understanding of the issues. Following is a link to an article that discusses how liberal or conservative our major news sources are.
Following are some websites that can help you identify media bias.