I don't do Fox, but I do use PBS/NPR, NYT and WAPO, and some specialty sites like SciAm, legal websites with Dorf on Law being my favorite, Foreign Affairs. Wish I had a subscription to Atlantic.
I would also like a subscription to NYRB and NYTRB, but mostly NYRB (New York Review of Books)
Oh yea, I forgot I do NPR as well. Occasionally PBS if it's on youtube.
I also do a lot of random think tanks that help provide context over on going news. Geopolitical strategy think tanks that is. Also history courses from universities posted to youtube (The Tim Synder course on Ukrainian history was super insightful.. look it up). When you look at all of these different sources, even the one's that are biased (like what you find on youtube often), but also look at them not to confirm what you want to be true, or to get angry, but to just see what they are saying. You learn a lot from these perspectives. Even the really really really stupid ones.
One thing I learned from watching Tuckcer Carlson.
If all you watch is fox news or other conservative media, and you take everything being told to you as good faith truth. Tucker is REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY good at scaring the shit out of you. He does a great job of framing shit like we're all gonna die. He also does a great job of asking open and leading questions, but not answer them, such that you draw a conclusion that is not true and a complete lie. This is how they get away with not getting hit with defamation law suits and shit. He's really really really good at that. I can see why people (read: the uneducated that Trump loves) fall for that bullshit. It's important to watch that shit a least a little, to understand the mechanics.
This is what Fox New commentators hope for, that their viewers don't bother to go anywhere else or think for themselves for that matter.