- Mar 23, 2010
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If you have any interest in unbiased reporting, the best sources are:Thank you, I'll have to start looking at some of those.
The Associated Press was founded in 1846. The renowned global news organization has 53 Pulitzer Prizes under its belt. It is and has always been the epitome of clear and unbiased news journalism and reporting. It is actually where most journalists seek out their own news stories to report on.
Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal is well known for reporting the news as it is. It serves a healthy dose of reality from both sides of the political spectrum. It isn't likely you'll see a Wall Street Journal White House correspondent trading blows with the President in the Press Room. The reason for this isn't because WSJ loves the president. It's because you won't often find antagonistic stories on the front page that are lambasting either side.
Reuters is well-respected unbiased news outlet with a strong focus on clean, accurate reporting. News events on this site are written with some of the most straightforward reporting seen anywhere.
The BBC is the world's oldest national broadcasting service and one of the largest news services in the world. If you want to know what's going on globally, the BBC is the place to go. There is a good chance you will find better information than the same stories at a US news site.
It may seem ironic that US news organizations appear far more censored and filled with pro-government propaganda than British news organizations. These days, US foreign policy includes so much government cooperation with corporate US news media. So, the only alternative for Americans (or anyone for that matter) is to turn to foreign news sources for the whole story.
Other Unbiased News Sources Worth Mentioning
C-Span, The Financial Times, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, and Pew Research