FVSO (Fact vs. Opinion) is a web extension in the works that promotes news literacy and critical thinking by quantifying the volume of objective versus subjective language in the media. Our team (a part of Medium Design Collective @ Cornell) worked to design an interface that would encourage this kind of thinking without detracting from the reading experience and without inflecting our own biases. The tool allows the user to view headlines from a range of sources side by side, on a spectrum that ranges from totally objective to totally subjective. The goal here is to showcase the differences in levels of objectivity and subjectivity in the headlines and articles of popular news media sources in a way that gives the reader a full awareness of any potential bias they have when choosing their new source. NLP development is on hold for the time being due to Covid.