What is Fake News???
There is no agreed upon definition of fake news. Some define it very narrowly:
It is generally false or misleading information presented as news.
Here is a Wikipedia page that contains all of the known fake websites: Wikipedia's list of fake news websites
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A project of the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Public Policy Center.
The Center for Responsive Politics is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization. The website tracks money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
A project of the Tampa Bay Times
Provides information on candidates for political office, legislation, and the judicial branch.
Washington Post: The Fact Checker
Fact checking on Congress, the President, recent elections, and more.
Political TV Ad Archive
From the Internet Archive
American Press Institute's Fact Checking Resources
Vetted resources for fact checkers
Duke Reporter's Lab
Fact checking news and links to global fact checking sites
Center for Public Integrity
News about ethics, campaign donations, lobbying and influence in government.