An experiment in news therapy

Feel more informed and less anxious when you face the headlines.

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The Problem

Two-thirds of Americans feel overwhelmed by the news, and news fatigue can lead to hopelessness and helplessness.

For those who want to stay informed, shutting off completely isn't the answer.Pew Research Center

How Sift Helps

Put the news in context

Peer beyond the headlines and get nuanced perspectives.

Pause and reflect

Consider what you know, what you don’t, and how you feel.

Check your assumptions

Compare your perspective with helpful data.

Go directly to the source

Dig deep into the source material featured in our content.

The Experiment

To start, Sift covers just one topic: immigration policy. Your feedback will influence what happens next.

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Our Team

Gabe Campodonico, Product Founder
Former Director of Product Design at Evernote

Chris Ploeg, Product Founder
Former Design Manager at Evernote

Kelly Chen, Editor & Writer
Formerly at CNN, HuffPost, and the Center for Investigative Reporting

Steve White, Engineering
Former Lead Engineer at Evernote

María José Giménez, Copy Editor
Anna Rosenwong, Copy Editor
Jade Walker, Fact Checker

Special thanks to
Jessica Carew Kraft, Mihaela Harper, Andy Ploeg