Get a room, guys.
All media has bias, some greater and some lesser, but I think it is impossible to simply "report the news." A useful talent in our society to have is a "bias filter." If you can mentally separate the information from the slant, you are doing ok, but remember that the choice of stories shown by the media, as well as which you choose to read, are a form of bias as well.
Also realize that all your own experiences and perceptions provide a filter through which information travels. Even if a story provided facts and only facts, by the time those facts have reached your mind your own cognitive processes have worked their biases into it.
A good practice to get into is to get your news from a variety of sources, some liberal, some conservative, some extreme, etc. This helps to train your mind to see the different slants put on the same story. Also it gives you a number of views from which to choose, perhaps providing you with one you wouldn't have thought of on your own, given your own biases. Try it. The worst that could happen is that your perception of the world expands.