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What news source do you consider to be the most unbiased? What news source do you trust the most to deliver news that is closest to the truth?

Sam-a-Lamb 5 June 12

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why watch any "news". it's all just depressing propaganda/BS & drivel. and we can't do anything about any of it.


For news and commentary...PBS/NPR
For straight commentary...Fareed Zakaria...CNN Sundays noon CST and MSNBC

@Sam-a-Lamb Try it. I think you will be impressed. No yelling or arguing. Real intelligent conversations of different points of view covering domestic and international problems.


The one with a 100% record on verifiable information.
Look at who has been winning journalistic awards.

powder Level 8 June 12, 2019

My primary news source is Reuters. I read any mainstream(except fox/sinclair), but always evaluate credibility.

My favorite too. Now if I could just learn to pronounce it correctly all the time.


Democracy now


Al-Jazeera, BBC, and NPR

JimG Level 8 June 12, 2019

I stick with AlJazeera which has some great stories. The BBC is great too (international has more coverage on the stories)... and, as always, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Cause sometimes you just gotta laugh at this insanity.


You can access most newspapers online nowadays. So if you have internet access, you can read newspapers from all over the World. Plus countless online journals.I find the BBC's news website useful as well.There is more to the news than just the antics of American presidents, or electioneering!


I read/watch everything! That's the only way you can get a holistic view of what goes on in the World!


While I try to get as much info from varied sources and make my own assessment, AP and Reuters seem pretty middle of the road.


I watch most any source except FAUX.

gearl Level 7 June 12, 2019

Using a range of sources and preferably languages as well, all at the same time. Any one source or monopoly encourages increased falsification and spin.

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