Pushing back on misinformation.
Our.News makes it easier for anyone to separate real from junk news and content. The process works by providing an interactive nutrition label attached to all news stories online. We call it the Newstrition® label, and it equips you with intuitive fact-checking and news-ratings tools. Free for individual news consumers, you can get started right now using the Our.News Mobile App, social news site, and browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox.
Fact-Checking Any News Story
1. Publisher Info
View background information about every publisher, verified by the Freedom Forum Institute at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., with bias ratings provided by AllSides.
2. Article Sources & Meta
Dig deeper into the article’s sources, author(s), and editor(s).
3. Indicators
Review results sourced from traditional fact-checkers that have analyzed the article, including Politifact, Snopes, and FactCheck.org.
4. Ratings and Reviews
See how other Our.News users have rated and explained their findings. How do you stop automated bots and bias?
How do I rate a news article?
Rate the relevance of sources to any article using Dislike. Add your own sources that support, refute, or provide more context to the article.
Quick Rate
Quick Rate
What labels would you place on this article? Accept or Reject. Left Bias, No Bias, or Right Bias. Real, Clickbait, Opinion, Satire, Misleading, or Not News.
Make precision ratings on several metrics. Political Spin, Trust, Accuracy, or Relevance (STAR).