Sometimes, you can judge how reliable website information is by noting the URL ending.
.GOV - refers to a government website. Highly reliable (also ".ci." and ".md.us." for city and state websites)
.EDU - often refers to a reliable educational website.
.ORG - implies a non-profit ORGanization. Approach with skepticism.
.COM - stands for "Commerce" and is used for business. Approach with skepticism.
Video credit: California State University at Fullerton.
URL endings are helpful, but you must go beyond evaluating URLs. I recommend using the website evaluation criteria sheet (attached) to help you settle on using the best sources.
Broader topic: Social media dating sites/apps encourage infidelity and crappy relationships.
Is the Vanity Fair article usable for a college-level research project?
Evaluation challenge: As a group, run the article through the Evaluation Criteria making a few notes.
Elect a scribe to write your group's findings in the sheet.
Each group will present their findings about the article.