Find the facts with free resources from your library.

Older person reads newspaper while sitting on a couch (Links to newspaper online resources)

Find articles from newspapers and journals locally and nationwide.

Older person browses the magazine rack at the library (links to online magazine resources)

Access articles from magazines online and in libraries.

Two people look at a laptop with one pointing at the screen (Links to Opposing Viewpoints online resource)

Use your library card to explore both sides of many issues.

Whether you want to keep up with the daily news or find credible information to explore all sides of what’s happening in our world, you can find it all at your Pierce County Library. 

Additional Resources

Commonsense media >
Find tips and advice for kids for spotting misinformation.

University of Washington Center for an Informed Public  >
Learn about spotting misinformation campaigns and ideas. >
Do independent research and make up your own mind. >
Access a nonpartisan, nonprofit advocate for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics. >
Sort out the truth in American politics with a nonpartisan fact-checking website.

Timely Resources