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Magazines, newspapers, and websites that cover politics or other controversial issues tend to have a point of view, even in their straight news reporting. Other sources focus on analysis of news or on editorializing. Both approaches will have a point of view and will sometimes be biased. For a comprehensive chart on the point of view of news-oriented sources see the All Sides Media Bias Chart. The list below should help you determine the point of view of some leading magazines newspapers, and news or current issue websites.
Clearly left-of-center/progressive Dissent
Mother Jones Nation New Statesman
American Prospect Atlantic
Bloomberg Harpers New Republic New York Review of Books New Yorker Rolling Stone Slate Vox
Towards the middle
Commentary National Review Reason Spectator Weekly Standard (ceased publication in 2018)
Other quality magazines; no clear political orientation
Chronicle of Higher Education
Columbia Journalism Review
Communications of the ACM