Not all sources are created equal. You will need to ensure that the source you are taking information from is reliable, especially when it comes to politically-charged and controversial subjects such as reproductive freedom and end-of-life decisions.
In general, reliability of sources can be ranked this way:
The CRAAP test (Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose) can help you determine the reliability of a source.
Media Bias / Fact Check is a site that examines bias in media from all points of the political spectrum. It includes a "Daily Source Bias Check" that examines the truthfulness and bias of various news sources.
See UMass's Fake News LibGuide for more guidance in evaluating sources.
North Carolina State University Libraries, 2015. What does it mean for a source to be credible? Why is it important to use these sources? How can you tell if a source is credible? (3:14)
University of Western Ontario Libraries, 2012. A tutorial describing how to evaluate sources. (2:16)