ProCon presents the "pros and cons of current issues".
Gale In context: Opposing viewpoints is made available through NOVELNY. They provide both general overviews, for getting the big picture, and articles for digging deeper once you have a focused research question. Sources include videos, reference, academic journals, statistics, and news.
The Pew Research Center offers both free and subscription services on the "numbers, facts and trends shaping your world."
The Barna Group offers both free and subscription services. "Barna Group research reveals the religious and cultural trends affecting your life everyday". They are currently offering a free Church Response Toolkit for COVID-19.
***Not all organizations or news sources are reputable***
A reputable source identifies itself and its qualifications, so that you can verify them, and its purpose, so that you can take its bas into account. For example, an organization should identify whether it is advocating for a certain population. The same story will be reported differently by different newspapers based on their editorial bias.
We are particularly vulnerable to mis- and dis-information when it supports what we already believe.