Cody Winget:The Onion—it is America’s finest news source. It’s totally unbiased; it takes shots at everything and everybody.
Nick Clark: The Huffington Post helps me swallow the nasty news by mixing in viral videos of cats.
Rachel Scott: I like NYTimes and BBC the best. NYTimes is good for culture, art and science news, while BBC is great because it gives a fresh, un-American perspective on world news.
Rachel Hanson:Entertainment Weekly. It distracts me from the depressing news of the day with happy, relevent news, like the fact that Jason Priestly and Luke Perry are reuniting on a Hallmark Channel Western movie.
Christopher Westergard: I feel like this is a trick question. If I don’t say CityWeekly, will I be fired? My favorite online news site is HuffingtonPost.com. It has a great fusion of relevant news and a splash of zany random news. Plus there are lots of pretty pictures.
Derek Jones:Twitter, because content is delivered to me as well as the occasional poop joke from Sarah Silverman.
Jerre Wroble: I’m obviously partial to CityWeekly.net. But the Google News aggregator is a staple that can be customized to individual interests. HuffingtonPost.com and AltWeeklies.com (which aggregates news from alt-weekly papers across the country) are always invigorating when rounded out with a brief visit to DrudgeReport.com—which I now see is something my boss does. Great minds “surf” alike.
Following a night of drinking, Wendy Simpson, 25, walked to a McDonald’s restaurant in West Yorkshire, England, where she was told that the counter was closed and only the drive-through was open but that she couldn’t be served