Welcome to NewsGuardTrust ratings for over 7,000 news and information websites. To access, sign in or start a free trial below.

Free 2-weeks unlimited access to NewsGuard’s Ratings on your desktop and mobile devices

  • Detailed Nutrition Labels for thousands of news and information sites
  • Warnings on websites publishing hoaxes, conspiracies, false medical advice, propaganda, and other misinformation
  • Red and green ratings icons next to links on search and social media platforms
  • A 0-100 trust score for each site for easy comparison
  • Access to NewsGuard’s mobile apps for iOS and Android

After two weeks, memberships are just $4.95/month in the U.S., £4.95 in the U.K., or €4.95 in the EU.

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How NewsGuard Works

As you browse the internet, NewsGuard displays red and green rating icons next to links in your search results and social media feeds. Hover your mouse over each icon for a short description of the site and click “See the Full Nutrition Label” for a detailed description of the site and why it received its rating.

Overview

  • NewsGuard’s browser extension displays red and green rating icons next to links on search engines, social media feeds, and other platforms
  • Hover over an icon to see a summary of NewsGuard’s rating for each site, written by trained analysts with journalism experience
  • Red icons indicate untrustworthy sites, while green icons indicate sites that are generally reliable. Orange icons indicate satire sites, and grey icons indicate platforms with user-generated content
  • Click through to see a detailed trust rating and “Nutrition Label” for the site written by NewsGuard’s analysts