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From website: It is essential that news media, along with other institutions, are challenged to be fair and accurate. The first step in challenging biased news coverage is documenting bias. Here are some questions to ask yourself about newspaper, TV and radio news.
Before you dig into a story too much on your own, see if someone else already has. In the open textbook Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers, Mike Caulfield identifies the following organizations as generally regarded as reputable fact-checkers for general U.S. news: