Where do you get your news from?

over 6 years ago from , Senior UX and Product Designer

Hey DN,

I am looking for a website with professional, neutral journalism and news. What are some of your favorites?


  • Caleb SylvestCaleb Sylvest, over 6 years ago

    Check out the many newsletters by Inside

    Mostly unbiased reporting on whatever topics you're interested in.

    Also, found this podcast to be good for almost always good objective coverage on foreign policy facing this presidency. The President's Inbox

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  • iterati designiterati design, over 6 years ago

    I found Nuzzel to be a great place for news and articles, it scans your Twitter feed and pops up articles from the most resonant tweets, from both people you follow as well as those people's feeds.

    I'd love to subscribe to The Information, but $400/y is a bit too much.

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  • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 6 years ago

    NYTimes and The AP.

    NYT Mag on the weekends is full of beautiful, in-depth journalism that is unlike anything else out there. The daily-briefing during the week (via email or mobile app) is a great way to stay on top of the news when you're normally busy.

    The AP is great for 2-second tidbits that are without any bias and focused on the facts. It is boring and dry—important factors that are sorely lacking in many news sources.

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  • Diederik EenschootenDiederik Eenschooten, over 6 years ago

    twitter. my favourite account is Reuter Top News

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  • Daniel Moreno, over 6 years ago

    The Information is by far the most rewarding source for tech news.

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  • Pedro PintoPedro Pinto, over 6 years ago

    Next Draft

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  • Marcel van Werkhoven, over 6 years ago

    My favorite type of journalism is actually following the journalists or experts themselves. On (geo)politics, terrorism/war and intelligence there's 20committee (John Schindler) on Twitter. A retired NSA counter intelligence officer. Basically tweets what is going to happen before it happens.

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  • Jessa ClarkJessa Clark, over 6 years ago

    NPR's been my main source of print news lately, and I've also been enjoying Vice's nightly news on HBO.

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  • Alec LomasAlec Lomas, over 6 years ago

    twitter.com / Inside

    I miss Circa :(

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  • Andrew LeeAndrew Lee, over 6 years ago

    Yahoo News Digest is great. CNBC and Twitter throughout the day.

    RIP in peace Breaking News.

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  • Rogin Farrer, over 6 years ago

    Despite for some spammy articles, I've grown to like Google Play Newstand on Android. It gives you some top 5 suggested articles that range from cover news to your own interests, and you can add subscriptions, like NYTimes or New Yorker.

    I only wish you could add custom feeds. There are some blogs I follow that I can't get content for

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  • Saijo GeorgeSaijo George, over 6 years ago

    mix of reddit /news and my twitter feed ( not my feed but what I see on twitter , based on who I follow, yada, yada )

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  • Jason MJason M, over 6 years ago

    Oddly enough, most of the top global news stories I see in the morning are via Facebook or Reddit.

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  • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, over 6 years ago


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