Look for government or education web sites (site:.gov or site:.edu)
Organization websites (site:.org) may be good sources, but can also be very biased.
Be careful of personal websites, which often have ~ in the url.
Web searches can be more specific than keywords. For example, campus rape statistics texas 2011 returns better results than campus rape.
Same general format as author, date, item title, publication information. However publication information may be owner of a website and a web address.
Bank, J., & Jackson, B. (2006, April 4). Can you prevent global warming? Retrieved from http://www.factcheck.org/
NOTE: in a document, references are double-spaced, with a hanging indent. Do not put a period after the last character of the url, and make sure to remove the hperlink (underline) that software puts in automatically.