A report on the how and where fact-checking functions at publications that cover science, health, tech, or the environment — including general interest outlets.
A book series edited by BuzzFeed News reporter Craig Silverman that provides helpful tips on verification for emergency coverage, investigative reporting, disinformation, and media manipulation.
An overview of fact-checking by the head of the fact-checking department at The New Yorker.
This brief book pulls together fact-checking tips from a former New Yorker and New York Times Magazine fact-checker.
Part guide for new fact-checkers and part overview of fact-checking in the modern media landscape, this book pulls from interviews and surveys with dozens of fact-checkers and journalists from The New Yorker, The Atlantic, the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Popular Science, National Geographic, Vogue, CBS, This American Life, and more.