The source of our news affects what we believe and how we feel and act. It is important to know and understand if news that you read is biased, selective or incomplete, contains misleading facts, or has fabricated information. This web site by Vanessa Otero has a good analysis of news sources and an excellent chart (with her permission, it is shown below) which makes it easy to see where many news sources fall on the spectrums of liberal vs. conservative and factual vs. propaganda.
The articles that we post on the Recent News page are for the most part from sources that are in the upper left quadrant of the chart. They are mostly from The New York Times, The Washington Post, NBC, ABC, and CBS News, NPR, BBC, The Guardian, The New Yorker, The Nation, Slate, Mother Jones, MSNBC, CNN, and The Huffington Post. We have stopped posting from the Daily Kos.