Assessing the results of your search involves more than looking to see if the article is about your topic.
If the answer to any of these questions is no, do not use that source.
If you can not find articles that get a yes for all three questions
When we are confronted with new information we need to apply our own natural skepticism and try to judge whether or not that information is to be believed.
If you are walking down the street and a stranger came up and started talking to you, what would you be thinking? Among other things, you might think, "who is this person? and why are they talking to me?" Information online, whether it is through news feeds, social media, or search results, is just like a stranger on the street. We don't really know if it is trustworthy until we have done some investigation.
We can start by thinking about the 5 Ws of the information. Who, What, When, Where, and Why?