I'm a serious news junkie and have a subscription that gets me 300+ papers and journals. My dad died young but he was a good judge who obsessed with bias and fairness and got me going on accuracy at a young age. I carry it on out of respect for that. I developed more interest in the accuracy, bias, fake and malicious topics from the security and operations management I've done for decades. Just like the Wall St. Journal and The Economist I read, the NY Times corrects their mistakes. It's something that occurs and how good publications with different bias are rated and considered quality. My best suggestion for understanding how the systems I administer (the post above) work and for what I perceive as your concern might a look into the work a Denver-based researcher and patent attorney started some years ago. Now she's got a separate business called Ad Fontes, but her/their annual media bias chart is very good because it analyzes both bias and accuracy. The why behind our having robots scan the millions of Internet requests I mention is not just to handle volume and security but also to help us be fair and good decision makers.