I get my news online mostly. Fox News.com and CNN.com for both partisan sides. Sites like this are great to hear both sides as well, plus other stories you might not catch. I like the Daily Show, but I wouldn't say I get my news from it - usually they are already a day or two behind. Occasionally, they will provide commentary on a subject that I really enjoy.
NPR is a great source, but I haven't listened to it for a few years. They present news in a reasonably non-partisan way, but those who don't like it would say they are partisan by the stories they do not talk about (which probably holds some weight). No news source can be completely impartial, but AP press releases and NPR are my two favorite to go to.
Last edited by whysoserious; 12-05-14 at 11:29 PM.
Ted Cruz is the dumbest person alive.
As for myself,
Subscribed daily newspapers:
Wall Street Journal; Orange County Register. After almost forty years I have canceled my subscription to the Los Angeles Times.
Newspapers on the Web:
San Diego Trib; any that the Drudge Report links to.
Other daily web sources:
Drudge Report; Google News; Yahoo News; American Patrol; Brietbart; Naval Institute News; Stratfor;
Cable TV news sources:
Fox News Channel; CNN; One of the major evening national news programs, CBS, NBC or ABC; 90 minutes of local news.
Some times I actually go outside and take a look around at what's going on around me.