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I am so sick and tired of using the same news sources I usually use. Guardian (sick of that ****), BBC, Huffington Post (which is good at times).

What other good news sources are there? What sites do you use to get the latest news? Preferably non biased news.


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dailymail
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Personal: BBC News/Al-Jazeera

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I use the Telegraph.
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Spectator and Spiked online.
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Metro and see what is trending on twitter.
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The Quibbler. I usually read the Daily Prophet, but I so do love the articles on crumple-horned snorkacks.
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(Original post by yoursoulismine)
I am so sick and tired of using the same news sources I usually use. Guardian (sick of that ****), BBC, Huffington Post (which is good at times).

What other good news sources are there? What sites do you use to get the latest news? Preferably non biased news.

Doesn't exist.

Not strictly new sites for the most part, but they give substantial comment on issues of public significance (beyond mere journalism):

London Review of Books
Financial Times
Novara Media
Aeon Magazine
Foreign Affairs
Mondoweiss
New Left Review
Crooked Timber
Foreign Policy
Boston Review
3am Magazine
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