Website: Just Facts
Currency- The website started in 1997 and took on a formalized approach in 2007. There is no information on the dates of the articles they show, but you can go to the article and see that they are pretty new.
Relevance- They contain a very wide variety of topics, but they are not in very explicit detail. You can of course go to the original article and learn more, but as far as this article, no detail, just a brief summary. Also you do not know who wrote the article and the views they have on the subject of the article.
Authority- The site lists the founder and everyone who had an impact on the finding of the site, but as far as the articles themselves, it only lists the author and nothing more about the author.
Accuracy- The site gives you everything you need to determine how accurate an article on there is, including link, page number, and even quotations. The article itself could be very inaccurate and/or biased.
Purpose- The purpose of the website is to make information unswayed to the reader and to help justify what is and what is not a true fact. I could not say whether or not they achieve this goal.
Currency- This website contains recent posts. Updated every few days and was launched in 2003.
Relevance: Has many topics to pick from. The in-depth detail of the topics are good enough. They also appeal to specific age groups.
Authority- The people that post the articles on this site are well educated journalists. They show their credentials and can be easily contacted.
Accuracy- Much better than the previous site. It is very in-depth and no hint of biased speech.
Purpose- Their goal is to leave no confusion among America’s citizens in the knowledge of politics. It wants to educate people unbiased and fair in today’s government.
In terms of the CRAAP test, I believe factchecks would easily win over justfacts in every section of the test.