One more tip on using news outlets on the Web:
These days, news on the Internet is truly global which means that neither the news outlet nor the language in which you are reading the news are necessarily its original source or language. News moves quickly through cyberspace and news from major (and not so major) global press services, like AP and Reuters, is often translated quickly. Look closely (especially at the top and bottom of articles) to find the original source of an article. This can be a clue to the national or regional point of view in the article.
Also, if you can perform a search in more than one language, do! You will always find more information in another language. If you make this a regular habit, you will also begin to learn a great deal about the national or regional biases in searches. English language searches will bring up different materials than searches in other languages. (If you can read in another language, but don't have a keyboard to type in it, you can try "copying" search terms from web pages in the second language, and "pasting" those terms in a search window to find more information).