During the course of any given day, I visit the following Web sites at least once:
Middle East related news:Ha'aretz Daily: The premier Israeli newspaper whose editorial page's leftist slant gives with my politics on Israel/Palestine. I also interned for them for 6 months.
The Jerusalem Post: Another good English-language Israeli daily. Its rightist slant does not give with my politics, but their Palestinian Affairs writer Khaled Abu-Toameh is the best in the business.
Ynetnews: The online English version of Yedioth Ahronoth, the most widely read paper in Israel. Although the translation is often very rough, it does offer some good articles you can't often find on other Israeli news sites.
Beirut Daily Star: The place to get news about Lebanon and the greater Middle East in English. Very balanced, nuanced coverage and opinion.
Jordan Times: Jordan's English-language news source. Another interesting Arab perspective on the news.
Arab News: The Saudi-based English language news source. A lot of propaganda, but some good insight nonetheless.
American Sources:The New Republic: My favorite magazine. Center-left political opinion. Although their Israel-related content is written by a bunch of right wingers, the rest of the magazine is great for innovative, nuanced policy.
Slate.com: Discusses politics and foreign policy with an edge. With writers like Fred Kaplan and Christopher Hitchens, though, you can't question their foreign policy writing.
Salon.com: Another high-brow online magazine. Some outstanding writing and thought.
Foreign Affairs: The premier journal of international affairs and politics.
Blogs:Post Global: A great amalgamation of opinion from all different parts of the globe.
The Fix: Great political blog that doesn't get wrapped up in partisan politics, just a quality source for news and analysis.
MyDD: The only "Netroots" blog I read, usually good and not too much partisan garbage.
Discussing American foreign policy on the ground in the Middle East