Fact-Checking Policy

All content on our site is thoroughly fact-checked before publication. Reporters, writers, and editors are all responsible for ensuring the accuracy of stories.

Our multi-level fact-checking process involves verification at each stage of content creation, from origination and writing to drafting and preview. This includes checks by reporters, copywriters, sub-editors, and senior editors.

Corrections Policy

We aim for accurate, complete, and unbiased news coverage. Our articles and news reports undergo thorough proofreading and fact-checks before publication. If an error does appear in the final content, it is unintentional.

We respond promptly to correct any errors published on our website. Corrections, clarifications, or editor’s notes are issued as necessary to ensure readers understand what was wrong and what is correct.

Updating Published Content

Published content is updated as needed to meet reader expectations. We do not always signal updates with notes, as the timestamp indicates the article is developing. However, a note will be added when warranted, especially for significant corrections.


For substantial corrections to articles, headlines, photo captions, graphics, videos, or other materials, we promptly publish a correction explaining the change.


When our journalism is factually correct but unclear, we rewrite the article and add a clarification. Clarifications are also used when we initially fail to include a response or comment that has since been added or when new reporting changes our perspective on an event.

Editor’s Notes

If a correction calls into question the entire article or raises serious ethical concerns, we publish an editor’s note with a detailed explanation of the issue. This addition requires approval from the editor-in-chief.

Additional Correction Policies

Corrections on social media platforms are made on the respective platforms. Errors notified by readers in the comments will be corrected and indicated in the comments. We do not attribute blame to individual reporters or editors, but if errors result from a publication issue or incorrect information from a trusted source, this will be noted.