How to Look for Evidence Supporting/Rejecting the Claims in a News Article? [closed]

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In most documents that give instructions on how to discern facts from misinformation, they highlight the importance of looking for evidence in reliable and balanced references that support/reject claims in the article. However, I was not able to find any of them that explain how to search such reliable references and balanced references.

What guidelines do you suggest for searching for evidence supporting/rejecting the claims in a news article?

Please note that I'm not asking for fact-checking guidelines, but a specific step in news fact-checking that I did not find in any of the
news fact-checking tutorials out there.

Again, my question is how to search the Web for evidence to reject/support Political claims in news articles. I'm not asking for generic search mechanisms about scientific (or other sorts of) topics. It's specifically about searching political evidence, and I believe this is the right channel to ask this question.

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