Google is adding a highly referenced label to the Top Stories carousel and other information literacy suggestions to assist users evaluate content that surfaces in Search.
Google will now use a highly cited label to identify stories that have been widely mentioned by other news organizations. When an article is highlighted, this marking will display in the top-left corner of the cover image. Google isn't quite highlighting the original source material with this upgrade, but it's getting there.
The said feature will first be available in English on mobile Google Search in the United States before being rolled out worldwide in the coming weeks. The other new feature has been announced that it will expands on Google Search's automatic notification for breaking news and hot topic results that haven't gathered a lot of data:
Starting today, these alerts will offer advice to help you evaluate information online on searches in English in the United States, reminding you that you can check whether a source is reputable on a topic or return later when more information is available.
In addition to the bullet points, Google provides a link to a help page that includes "tips to assist you in navigating the information you're seeing online.