News is current and interesting events that are obtained from every moment and everywhere in a fast, accurate and objective manner. The main function of News is to inform the public about the happenings in their local areas, countries and the world.
A good news story will have a lot of information about how, why and where an event occurred. The information will usually be presented in an order of increasing importance (in the inverted pyramid style) with the most important facts at the top. This structure helps to avoid the common trap of writing a news story that simply rehashes what happened at an event. It is also often useful to include quotes from people who were either involved in the event or have a particular perspective on it.
For example, if a farmer says that the recent rain has increased the number of insects that are destroying his crops, this is likely to be newsworthy, because it affects a large number of people and could impact food supply. Another example would be a bishop saying that the Roman Catholic Church should ordain women priests, which is likely to be newsworthy because it will have an impact on the lives of many people.
The best news sources are those that are unbiased and offer a variety of perspectives. It is important to read news from sources that have different political leanings and from those that are not based in the United States. These sources will help you understand the broader context of an issue and the differing attitudes that exist across nations and cultures.