Which news source do you trust the most?
Do you get news from multiple news sources or mostly one news source? Economist BBC NPR PBS Wall Street Jrnl ABC CBS NBC CNN Google News The Blaze New York Times Washington Post MSNBC Guardian Bloomberg New Yorker Politico Yahoo Fox Mother Jones Slate Breitbart Huffington Colbert ThinkProgress Daily Show Drudge Report Daily Kos Sean Hannity Al Jazeera Ed Schultz Glen Beck Rush Limbaugh BuzzFeed RT Allsides Vice News
ABC - Radio
Fox - online
CNN - online
Al Jazeera - rarely
With those I think I get a good cross section
No TV news
If of interest Google search on subject
I only check when I want to and watch/listen to very little live breaking news or "shows" "talk shows/radio". Research and read policy speeches from candidates.
If a movement or group activity interests me I go to their information directly - blog/website/Facebook.
Cool question I had not taken inventory on this. I probably only spend about 15 minutes a day "staying informed".
I don't really have a trust factor as much as what is available. I have basic cable, so no CNN, MSNBC, Fox, and etc. I don't listen to talk radio. Reading through those offered I have used many while no allegiance really to any other than below.
Note: Generally I seek objectivity and feel I can separate opinion and be critical of commentary to my satisfaction. The only criticism I encounter with reporting agencies is here at HP mainly in the forums. However, I have discovered there 'at times, but not always' interesting links to follow with curiosity.
TV Talk Shows . . . (Sparks interest for further online research if desired)
Face the Nation
This Week with George Stephanopoulos
Charlie Rose (PBS telecasts)
CBS This Morning
Local CBS network (San Diego)
Polling, research, and articles not necessarily political . . . I have a tendency to check them first when researching a topic I am unfamiliar with.
At times I read Politifact.com for perspectives
European . . .
BBC - Britain
The Local - Sweden
Reuters - Britain Headquarter
I don't go to any U.S. periodical habitually like Huffingpost, Washington Post, CNN, and etc. When I research a topic of interest I usually read three resources looking more for likeness first and then differences.
I have over the years learned how to navigate .gov adequately.
I do on occasion read The Onion and the Motley Fool.
Face the Nation
Fox News-Sunday Morning (Actually quite objective)
PBS - Leans left but still very worthwhile.
CBS on the radio. They just present the news with no agenda and no bias. It's just pure unadulterated news with no opinions.
You seem to know a lot. Healthy. My best Source is my intuitive feel. You will find that even the best of us have Agenda's and even history is or can be erroneous. Go with your 'feel.'
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