Please note: when searching Google, articles from Debate.org may show up as the first links. Debate.org is basically a public opinion site with users voting and commenting on issues. It is not the best site for research! Scroll down the list of hits and look for news sites, educational sites, etc. or use one of the following databases/sites.
Points of View database (thru AskRI)
An AskRI resource. In EBSCO, look for the Points of View icon. Articles will have overviews and both sides of the debate.
ProCon is an edited and referenced resource on current debates. Each topic begins with an overview, and contains a "did you know?" section, a pro/con table, a background article, and videos.
Don't forget to check out the articles' bibliographies. Lots of great CREDIBLE resources there. Most can be clicked on to directly reach the article or copy & paste article info into Google to find article!