Do you guys semi-regularly read the newspaper? If so, which one do you read?
I read various papers through the week and usually two different ones each day--one I buy in the morning and one I pick up on the train ride home.
In no particular order these are the ones I read:
- New York Times
- NY Daily News
- New York Post
- Newark Star Ledger
- Wall Street Journal
- USA Today (very, very occasionally)
And from time to time, I'll read some online editions of the out of town papers:
- Boston Globe
- Washington Times
- Dallas Morning News
- Detroit Free Press
- LA Times
- Washington Post
- San Fran Chronicle
- Sacremento Bee
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I read my local paper, which is the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
I also read the Wall Street Journal.
NYTimes online ftw.
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No papers, but I read MSNBC, CNN, CBC, and BBC online. Read the same story on each and their biases cancel each other out enough to get a glimpse of what is being spewed out as the truth.
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I tend to do most of my reading online. WSJ, reuters, Bank of Canada, Analyst reports and the Globe and Mail.
Gazette or La presse.Montreal's local paper.
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WSJ every day. The rest of my news I get online. Keeps the ink off my fingers.
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The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette (local daily).
The Daily Illini (student paper).
The Chicago Tribune.
The Hub (local weekly entertainment).
The Louisville Courier-Journal almost daily.
The Daily Oklahoman
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I use to read the Houston Chronicle on occasion...I've yet to read more than a front page spread on the Cleveland Plain Dealer (which is the strangest name for a newspaper I've ever seen). Most of my news I get from CNN or Reuters.
I refuse to read the newspaper. At best, I might check out a sports section, auto section or business section, but that's about it. All the other crap leads to mind rot.
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