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Some good, free, online reading material?

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Lecter

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I am reading 2-3 hours a day to help reading speed/comprehension which is definitely my weak point. What are some good things online to read? I am not looking for some secret cache of articles that will guarantee a high score, just some things that are challenging and couldn't hurt going through.

The Economist (although not free) and Wikipedia are already on my list.
 

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Your school library probably gives you access to hundreds (probably more like thousands) of online journals. If you're bad at art history, for example, download an article from an art history journal and read it.
 

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I read a lot from the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. The articles are much more intense than many of the other newspapers that I generally read from. Online subscriptions aren't that expensive also which is great.
 
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