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Alternative news websites I like to visit

The following are Alternative News Websites that I like to visit on a regular basis. I like them because they are NOT among the ones owned by the six major corporations. Therefore, the viewpoints expressed in these websites are more reflective of the freedom of press.

  • Quartz
  • Vox
  • The Atlantic
  • Narratively
  • Longform
  • Ozy
  • Jacobin
  • Grist
  • The Daily Beast
  • Five Thirty Eight
  • The Conversation
  • National Journal
  • Matter
  • Pacific Standard
  • Nautilus
  • ProPublica
  • The Week
  • Fact Check
  • Mental Floss
  • The Intercept
  • Vocativ
  • Al-Jazeera America
  • Slate
  • Newsweek
  • New Yorker
  • HuffPost USA
  • HuffPost Canada
  • HuffPost Australia
  • HuffPost UK
  • Matador Network
  • Atlas Obscura
  • The Diplomat
  • The National Interest
  • Maison Neuve
  • The American Interest
  • Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Monocle
  • Utne
  • The Progressive
  • Harper's Magazine
  • Wilson Quarterly
  • The New York Review of Books
  • The American Prospect
By the way, when I say "alternative", I do not mean that they are like the extreme right-wing or extreme left-wing news channels which focus their news reporting heavily on conspiracy theories and other nutty news. Instead, I focus on those that publish smart and engaging articles on topics that are timely even if they don’t make it to the top of the news cycle.

The Alternative News websites I listed above are those that report on real news (and stories of human interest) without having to keep you awake at night with news circulated by nutjobs out there.

There are also literary magazines I like:

  • Hobart Pulp
  • Jacket2
  • SN Review
  • Triple Canopy
  • Tarpaulin Sky
  • Word Riot

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Alternative news websites I like to visit


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