This news organization is committed to doing everything possible to publish accurate information in all of its content. We take several measures to guarantee the accuracy: we investigate claims with skepticism; we question assumptions; we challenge the conventional wisdom; we confirm information with experts in the field and we seek to corroborate what our sources tell us by talking to people informed about the subject or with consulting documents. We check our content, such as technical terms, statistics, among others, regarding the original documents or we make it clear who is providing the information. We can share the relevant components of a story with a primary source or an external specialist to check on them.
We keep information precise and, if they are not, we will alter them as fast as possible and we will be transparent about the mistake’s magnitude with our readers. We include the reporter’s name and contact information, as well as a contact for edition to every news item we publish (meet our editorial team on this link).
We instruct our journalists to ask the following questions when verifying information in search of the truth:
- How do you know?
- How can you be sure?
- Where is the evidence?
- Who is the source and how does the source know?
- What is the supporting documentation?
We appreciate our readers’ and our sources’ feedback about the information we publish.