I'm only asking if you believe there is any source that can be trusted to present only the facts, with little or no spin.
You cannot say because it depends on the story very often.
CNN for instance can report with incredible accuracy and pull in innumerable experts on an issue. If a plane crashes, they are on it and after a few weeks of ever more detailed coverage and expert explanation you feel like you are a crash investigator.
But point them at a BLM protest and they practically turn into demonstrators.
Those are the points where you have to listen to more than a single outlet and not limit your news to one "trusted" source. Listen to the other side, the truth might be somewhere in between. It might be someplace at either end, that's where you need to look for a source with no real skin in the game or for people on the other side speaking up - there are for instance many conservative commentators that of course are critical of Clinton but will also call out Trumps failures and faults too - listen to them more than the ones who won't.
Also important is to look for outlets that want to inform and have proper discussion, not a Jerry Springer conflict contrived shouting match which makes great theatre and might win ratings as entertainment but doesn't educate anyone.
PBS seems pretty good at allowing panelists to speak and must have rules about not shouting over each other that CNN could do well to follow.