Here is a brief list of search engines that you may find useful in your quest for information and disinformation.
When you are searching for information remember to balance specificity and generality. One word is usually too general, but more than five words is usually to specific. When conducting a search with more than one word most search engines will find pages with any of the words you type, but not necessarily all of them. You can change this in most serach engines by placing a "+" before each word that you want included. You can also use quotes to define a phrase that must appear as is, such as "comic strip." Most search engines also support logical statements including "and, "or", and "not." Look for advanced search help on the specific engine to obtain the proper syntax for these statements.