Alternative media (U.S. political left)
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- AlterNet, edited by Roxanne Cooper, acquired by The Raw Story
- The American Prospect, monthly, established 1990. Circulation 55,000.
- The Baffler, established 1988.
- CounterPunch, established 1993.
- Current Affairs, bimonthly, established 2015.
- Dissent, quarterly, established 1954.
- Dollars & Sense, bimonthly, established 1974.
- Fifth Estate, quarterly, established 1965.
- The Grayzone Project, edited by Max Blumenthal, previously on AlterNet
- In These Times, monthly, established 1976. Circulation 17,000.
- The Indypendent, published 17 times per year, established 2000.
- Jacobin, established 2010.
- Labor Notes, monthly, established 1979.
- Left Business Observer, established 1986.
- Left Turn, quarterly.
- Libcom.org, Anarchist-Communist online news source
- Liberation News, official newspaper of The Party for Socialism and Liberation
- The Nation, weekly, established 1865. Circulation 190,000.
- The New Hampshire Gazette, fortnightly, press run 5,500.
- Monthly Review, monthly, established 1949. Circulation 7,000.
- Mother Jones, bimonthly, established 1974.
- People's World, official newspaper of The CPUSA, est. 1924
- The Progressive, monthly, established 1909.
- Revolution, official newspaper of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, est. 1979
- Review of Radical Political Economics, quarterly, established 1968.
- The Socialist, official publication of Socialist Party USA
- Socialist Appeal, English-language Trotskyist newspaper, International Marxist Tendency
- Texas Observer, established 1954.
- The Texas Tribune, founded in 2009 by John Thornton
- Utne Reader, bimonthly, established 1984. Circulation 150,000.
- Z Magazine, monthly established 1977. Circulation 10,000 print and 6,000 online subscribers.