The New York Times is among the oldest and most respected news services in the United States. While slightly left of center, it still offers the exceptional coverage and in-depth reporting
National Public Radio offers not only breaking news but also thorough investigative reports.
The Wall Street Journal provides slightly right-of-center news coverage, and it has won 40 Pultizer Prizes.
BBC News offers unparalled world news coverage and lacks the bias that affects some US-based outlets
Reuters was founded in London in 1851. Until 2008 it was independently owned, now it is owned by the Thomson Corporation. It excels in delivering breaking news.
The Los Angeles Times was founded in 1881 and has since won dozens of Pulitzer Prizes. While it specializes in Los Angeles news, it still covers world news excellently.
Reddit is one of the best places for breaking news updates, thanks to the fifteen million users who regularly update the page.
The content is grouped into "Obsessions," cultivated topics of interest. It won a 2016 Webby and is designed especially for phones and tablets.
An independent news outlet that focuses on in-depth, investigative reporting.
The Atlantic offers deeper analysis of current events, specializing in contextualizing news.
As the name suggests, the AP is made up of newspapers and radio and TV stations. All affiliates contribute to the AP and share stories and photos.
Their motto for its "Reveal" project is: "There is always more to the story." As such, this organ focuses offers more substantive pieces on important subjects than most outlets.
It won a Webby for its online news coverage. Although it's run out of the United Kingdom, its coverage of the U.S. news is excellent.
The Chicago Tribune was founded in 1847 and continues to serve not only the eponymous metropolis but also the nation at large. It leans right of center, so it offers a nice counterpoint to the NYT
A London-based newspaper. It won a Webby in 2016 for its news coverage, and it is becoming increasingly popular among United States readers.