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Journal articles are written by scholars and researchers, who are experts in their fields. They are excellent sources of credible scholarly information. In many library databases you can click a "peer reviewed" or "scholarly article" box to produce a list of references to scholarly articles.
News articles are usually written by journalists at the time an event happens. They provide factual information, quotes, and anecdotes, but usually not much analysis.