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The news sources we recommend have high standards regarding accurate, thorough, fair, and timely journalism.
Keep in mind:
Most newsrooms (reporters and their sources) lack diversity, which creates limitations in coverage and representation. We have included some African American and Latinx sources on our list.
Almost all major news outlets are for-profit and owned by a major corporation and have corporate sponsorship and/or advertisers; the sources we recommend are transparent about their ownership or any sponsors.
News sources are not scholarly. Scientific and other disciplinary research takes time to gather, undergo peer review, and is conducted by scholars in the field. Scholarly research is complex and does not lend itself to quick sound bites. In the case of COVID-19, much of this research is still underway. In the meantime, journalists will gather the facts at hand, speak with experts, and follow the research as it becomes available. However, scholarly sources like Science and Nature publish news articles; they are linked on this page.