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A customizable and fast news source for those of us who want all the news while on the go

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Editor's review Page 1 of 3

Published 24 Sep 2021

In a recent interview, Fox TV 'news' host Tucker Carlson was asked whether he ever lied to his viewers. He responded by saying: “I guess I would ask myself, like, I mean I lie if I’m really cornered or something. I lie. I really try not to. I try never to lie on TV. I just don’t – I don’t like lying. I certainly do it, you know, out of weakness or whatever." In an age when 'fake news' has been one of the main go-to phrases, that's a more than worrying statement. Is it any wonder then that our younger people seem to be less engaged with what's going on around them than ever before. We know that they don't read newspapers anymore so how do they find out what’s going on in the world? Their smartphones, of course.

As sad as it may be, newspapers and their accompanying in-depth articles seem to be a thing of the past. If the smartphone generation need to check the news, chances are, they aren't going to reach for the newspaper or turn the TV on. They're going to grab their phone and check out a news website, a news app or their social media platform. But with many media outlets openly showing their right or left wing colors these days it's also getting harder to know who to trust and believe. So, where can you go to JUST get the news you are looking for...