Magazines and other periodicals (specify)
Other radio news sources.
As for Stewart, I really don't think he pulls any punches with any of his guests, but I do think he sees "keeping the mainstream media honest" (or catching them slacking or lying, more accurately) as part of his job, and I think when he gets, for example, someone in his chair who's a former employee of the Bush administration, he's going to make it a point to ask some tough questions that, say, a Bob Schieffer wouldn't ask. I think he kind of takes it personally:
"We feel like we've been lied to by the Bush admin. We feel that we've been deceived. Explain to us why we're wrong about that."
And I think that's entirely fair, given the proven degree of secrecy and deception the current administration has engaged in.
the layout of the news shows seems very suspicious. they intertwine op-ed like shows in with the actual news stories. studio b with shepard smith, neil cavuto, america's election hq, brit hume, shepard smith, o'reilly, hannity n colmes, and on the record. not to mention that o'reilly has the 8pm slot and hannity and colmes have the 9pm slot.
every major media outlet is biased, but FOX News is easily the worst. They have spewed some of the worst garbage Ive ever seen.
I've said that now to be completely informed, you have to do your research.