Not feasible for all news sites (e.g., does not work with NY Times paywall), but often the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine http://archive.org/web/ is quite good at capturing accurate, albeit largely static, screen captures of specific news website pages, including images and related graphics, assuming one has the URL for that desired page. Internal page navigation and playback of embedded streaming video or audio may not function in that Internet Archive environment
Journalists at Politico in 2018 have launched, "Is It True? - A Fake News Database." That effort compiles online news that is a hoax, doctored or impostor news publications. Politico accepts submissions from the public of news content falling into these categories. For more information, visit Is It True? About This Project.
"Fake News" has become a highly charged phrase in the current U.S.political discourse and debate. While you need not agree 100% with some opinions implied by this chart, Colorado Patent attorney, Vanessa Otero, received some viral attention with her highly detailed attempts to map out specific news (i.e., journalistic) sources- across a spectrum of trustworthiness and reliability. For context on her reasoning behind this chart, which is certainly opinionated, visit her blog post entitled:
SU Libraries Credo Information Literacy Tutorials also offer a short (5 min) video module on "How to Identify and DeBunk Fake News"