Author, Initials. (Date). Title of page. Website name. URL
Koerth, M. (2019, October 30). Why carbon capture hasn't saved us from climate change yet. FiveThirtyEight. https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/why-carbon-capture-hasnt-saved-us-from-climate-change-yet/
If the publishing organization and the website name are the same, you do not need to include the website name in your citation.
Name of Organization Or Group. (Date). Title of page. Website name. URL
Center for Disease Control. (2018, May 16). Six things you need to know about vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/vaxwithme.html
Author, Initials. (n. d.). Title of page. Website name. URL
Albert S. Cook Library. (n.d.). About us. https://libraries.towson.edu/about
If you are citing a website in which the contents of the page are likely to change frequently, include a retrieval date in your citation.
Author, Initials. (Date). Title of page. Website name. Retrieved Date, from URL
Worldometer. (n. d.). Current world population. Retrieved January 14, 2020, from https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/
Author, Initials. (Date). Title of post. Name of Blog. URL
Estes, A. C. (2019, November 26). Amazon quietly reveals plan to put Alexa in almost everything. Gizmodo. https://gizmodo.com/amazon-quietly-reveals-plan-to-put-alexa-in-almost-ever-1840046869