There's nothing like going to another country to get news about your own. At least the internet / internets / internest / interwebz / internexus -- whatever you choose to call it -- makes dashing out for an electronic paper tons easier than before, boarding an international flight every morning in your PJs.
There are at least three advantages that come to mind. First, the United States no longer has a press corps interested in journalism -- they have become professional softball lobbers and the current culture's fluff-and-product-placement pimps.
If you're looking for starched and shellacked hair, capped teeth, tan-in-a-bottle good looks, and someone who can provide the set clothing a fairly good hang, well, that's one thing. If you're scouting around for those who hunger for hollow fame for fame's sake -- recognition without achievement -- then, you're also in the right place. Trolling for nominal celebrities with seven-figure paychecks? Bingo again!
If you're looking for news -- Hey! You there! Move along, nothing to see, nothing to see, folks. Go on back home. Keep moving, nothing for you here...
Whatever actual journalism that's now performed in the U.S. is done by independent writers who do not work at any corporately-controlled broadcast or cable behemoth. The main product of these titular news organizations is profit.
Doing an actual, real news program is staggeringly expensive, labor intensive, and requires vast resources all around the world. Opinion, on the other hand, once all dressed up as news, is as cheap as yesterday's Big Mac, out back, in the dumpster -- and every bit as nutritionally fulfilling and relevant to real life and the here-and-now.