The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan education nonprofit, is building a national movement to advance the practice of news literacy throughout American society, creating better informed, more engaged and more empowered individuals — and ultimately a stronger democracy.
Floodlight is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates the powerful interests stalling climate action. Floodlight has partnered with NPR, the Intercept, HuffPost, the Guardian, Grist, the Los Angeles Times, The Texas Tribune and more.
Tracking all tech startup layoffs since COVID-19. Data is compiled from public reports.
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Welcome to Enlace Hacktivista! This site aims to:
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Corporate Watch is a research group that helps people stand up against corporations and capitalism.
We investigate exploitative bosses, landlords and property developers, companies profiting from prisons, deportation flights, animal exploitation and more, as well as the mega-corporations devastating our planet – and the wider systems of power and profit they work within.
At the heart of everything we do is our idea of “information for action”. We know that people can fight and win, even against powerful enemies like corporations and governments. Good information helps to understand the forces we’re up against, spot their weaknesses, and so campaign effectively.
We expose people to information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so they can better understand the world — and each other. Our balanced news coverage, media bias ratings, civil dialogue opportunities, and technology platform are available for everyone and can be integrated by schools, nonprofits, media companies, and more.
We provide Media Bias Ratings for over 800 media outlets and writers, so you can easily identify different perspectives. Learn how AllSides rates media bias, or learn about the different types of media bias.
Queries are done with URLs: https://www.allsides.com/media-bias/ratings?field_featured_bias_rating_value=1&field_news_source_type_tid%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B1%5D=1&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B2%5D=2&field_news_bias_nid_1%5B3%5D=3&title=snopes
Has multiple RSS feeds: One per tag or topic plus https://www.allsides.com/news/rss
We are the most comprehensive media bias resource on the internet. There are currently 4300+ media sources and journalists listed in our database and growing every day. Don’t be fooled by Fake News sources. Use the search feature above (Header) to check the bias of any source. Use name or URL.
Has an RSS feed.
Doesn't have an API.
A blog that documents recent and ongoing system intrusions, with a focus on ransomware attacks.
factualsearch.news is a Google Custom Search Engine using the reporting classifications of Media Bias/Fact Check website. Only sites with factual reporting of High or Very High are included. No information is collected by this site. Your search query is sent directly to Google, and is not monitored in any way by factualsearch.news.
Prepend 12ft.io/ to the URL of any paywalled page, and we'll try our best to remove the paywall and get you access to the article.
Get free access to search worldwide news and top stories from over 40,000 sources in 50+ countries, 30+ languages. Full text searches and filtering on the server-side.
Search worldwide news programmatically. Retrieve articles and breaking news headlines from news sources and blogs across the web with our JSON API. Search by topic, keyword, headline, and by site. Even lets you dig through news morgues for older articles.
Developers with free accounts get 100 searches per day, with results delayed one hour from publication.
We are one of the most extensive archives of Usenet newsgroups on the Internet, currently archiving 317 million posts in 10 thousand unique Usenet newsgroups. The free of charge access is possible via the web interface, without a requirement for a third party Newsreader.
To access a specific newsgroup, select a topic of your interest through the 'Categories' menu and then navigate to the discussion threads and posts.
While archiving millions of Usenet discussion, currently, only the newsgroups with at least 100 posts and the discussion threads with 1 or more replies, are publicly accessible.
Useful projects and resources for COVID-19 (2019 novel Coronavirus).