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    1. With so many news organizations spreading false information and relying on clickbaity titles to get views, it is getting harder to find quality journalism. So what are some of the resources which...

      With so many news organizations spreading false information and relying on clickbaity titles to get views, it is getting harder to find quality journalism.
      So what are some of the resources which you use to get your news without having to wade through a sea of pointless headlines.

      21 votes
    2. Independent, investigative journalism in the public interest is becoming harder and harder to find. This is a shame because an informed public is critical for democracy to function effectively....

      Independent, investigative journalism in the public interest is becoming harder and harder to find. This is a shame because an informed public is critical for democracy to function effectively.

      What news sources do you recommend for people trying to avoid the distraction of biased, sensationalist outlets like Fox News or CNN?

      28 votes
    3. My personal favorites are Vox and The Guardian because they have detailed articles often showing different perspectives on the same issue and site sources I find reputable. Some other sites I...

      My personal favorites are Vox and The Guardian because they have detailed articles often showing different perspectives on the same issue and site sources I find reputable. Some other sites I really like are ProPublica and Five Thirty Eight (especially their politics podcast).

      27 votes