Real News for Real People

Chances are you’ve been hearing a lot recently about “real news” and “fake news.”

Most of the back-and-forth between political and journalistic insiders has been about the endless round of scandals in Washington, DC, and New York, NY: Hacked emails, secret meetings, and foreign meddling in American democracy

Such stories must be reported because they help Americans hold elected officials accountable for how they’re breaking the promise of “government of the people, by the people and for the people.”

But what about what’s going on behind the scenes while the politicians and the press keep partisan bickering up-front? How can you learn about the governmental and corporate decisions that could cost you your job, your next raise, your family’s health insurance and your retirement security?

This news service shares these stories, along with informative links to in-depth news coverage and well-researched reports. If you have a question you want to ask or a tip you want to share, please send it along to