Finding a "good" news source can be hard! This page will help you determine whether a news source is useful and reliable.
Try it for yourself:
Still can't decide? Try these methods:
The SIFT method is a great, quick tool to help to help you sift through information you find online (and it takes longer to explain than to actually use.)
There's even a whole (free) eBook on it: Web Literacy for Student Factcheckers.
The SIFT Method developed by Mike Caulfield (Washington State University)
These handouts give you guidance on how to evaluate both scholarly and popular sources.
Research review: news articles are considered popular sources, because they're designed to be readable for everyone.
You can also view this handout as a flow-chart (same information, but in a fun flow-chart form):