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AP Government: Media Literacy: Online News Sources

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Popular News Sources

Centrist News Sources

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Left-Leaning Sources

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Right-Leaning Sources

Political Cartoons

Political Cartoons

Key Political News Resources

Centrist Political News Sources

Left-Leaning Sources

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Left Bias Sources

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"Biased" doesn't mean unreliable.

Bias isn't inherently bad. Everyone has biases. As long as the source or author is explicit about their biases and the reporting is grounded in facts, there is no reason to distrust the source. The media bias rating site AllSides recommends exploring media from an array of perspectives to get a fuller picture of issues in the news and to help you formulate your own opinions. 


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