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The Only Current Affairs Magazines You’ll Ever Need

12 of the best Magazines To Keep You Up To Date

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When it comes to current affairs, there’s nothing better than having all the informations in one place. These Informative and reliably-sourced magazines offer all the news you’ll need to stay up to date and since they’re available online, it couldn’t be easier to access them at any time. 


Little Atoms

This product was recommended by Andrew Roderick from Credit Repair Companies

The mission statement of the magazine is all about new humanists: promoting rationalism, science and free inquiry. It was originally a radio show, but this helped to create the magazine we see today. It is a yearly print, but I think that is one of the best reads of the year every time I get the chance to get it. And in all honesty I read it throughout the year, as the writing in it is something of a masterpiece, and there is something new to uncover each time. I would recommend this magazine to anyone who wants to read current affairs in a new and interesting way.


inews

This product was recommended by Charli Burbidge from Petz

In Britain, inews is the ideal current affairs read for people on the go because it takes all the bigger news stories, and condenses them in to a smaller, and understandable amount that allows the reader to engage with what is happening, without have to read a 3 page spread. It’s perfect, because the stories you find really interesting can be found expanded through their website, but even if you aren’t very interested, the physical paper still gives you enough information to learn about the subject.


Private Eye

This product was recommended by Michael Lowe from Car Passionate

Satire and sarcasm at its finest. The private eye hits just the right balance between humor and informing keeping you coming back for more and buying edition after edition. Almost 60 years old it has experience to go with it’s whit and charm. Practice has indeed made perfect with this magazine with it increasing in quality year after year; decade after decade. Current affairs is mainly seen as dull topic and even duller read. However, skeptics should take a peek at this magazine to appreciate that even dry subjects have their day!


The Blunt Post

This product was recommended by Vic Gerami from The Blunt Post

The Blunt Post is is an independent and progressive news journalism, entertainment and opinion web magazine, with a direct and straight-forward approach. We provide a mix of long-form articles, news and commentary and politics and social justice, entertainment news, interviews, and travel stories. It is a platform for writers, editors, photographers and other powerful voices to express diverse viewpoints and opinions.

The Blunt Post is also a prime-time radio show called, THE BLUNT POST with VIC (TBPV), hosted by the editor and publisher Vic Gerami on Independent & Progressive Radio KPFK 90.7 FM. TBPV covers national breaking + headline news, offers commentary + analysis, and exclusive interviews. On each show, Vic interviews a member of Congress and other high-profile public figures.

TBPV airs on Mondays, 7:00 AM (PT) on KPFK 90.7 FM + Livestream at KPFK.org and reaches 18-million households in Southern CA. Immediately after the LIVE broadcast, it is available at KPFK.org and on iTunes, Stitcher, Tune-In, SoundClound, and Spotify.


GQ

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GQ is a leading Men’s magazine that provides the latest style, fashion & lifestyle trends. Checkout this Men’s Magazine & subscribe to our newsletter for all the latest updates.


Wired

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Find the latest Magazine news from WIRED. See related science and technology articles, photos, slideshows, and videos. It gives all news and information related to the entertainment industry.


US Weekly

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Get today’s top celebrity news, celebrity photos, style tips, exclusive video, and more on UsMagazine.com.


The New Yorker

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Reporting, Profiles, breaking news, cultural coverage, podcasts, videos, and cartoons from The New Yorker.


Bloomberg

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I personally think that Businessweek is underrated and shadowed by the likes of TIME and Fortune because of their popularity. But Bloomberg also has a gang of able journalists who report ethically and some of the most important stories worldwide. But more than the reporting and the op-ed pieces, what I like about this US-based magazine is its voice. Reading it has often given me multiple perspectives which is not always the case with newspapers and other zines including online ones.


Migrant Journal

This product was recommended by Jessica Miller from Bike Inquire

Launched just last year, Migrant Journal taps into the movement of people, goods, and information. It’s a six-issue look at the phenomenon and how it impacts contemporary life. Their first issue traveled to rural lands on the margins of countries, examining how the refugee crisis is affecting those environments. Their second will dive into a paradox: while people are increasingly restricted from movement, capital, on the other hand, is crossing borders like never before.


Time Magazine

This product was recommended by Jeremy Harrison from Hustle Life

Current events are one topic I watch every day. I used to read a lot, but now it’s more convenient to watch it on tv. The best I’ve read will always be Time. Time magazine has rooted its credibility by coming up with the most recent, very timely, informative, and accurate reporting. Their news is always straight and direct without any bias.


The Week

This product was recommended by Kate Diaz from Swanky Den

The Week summarizes different news events categories weekly. Likewise, it gives you an overview of news stories about current affairs and international politics.

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