New Scientist on junk DNA.
In terms of articles on the topic of junk DNA, New Scientist has consistently been among the most even-handed and accurate. Here is a list of examples from the magazine:
The ever deepening mystery of the human genome
Don’t junk the ‘junk DNA’ just yet
Why ‘junk DNA’ may be useful after all
Unknown genome: What we still don’t know about our DNA
Evolution: 24 myths and misconceptions
(New Scientist is not perfect, of course. There have been some real clunkers there as well.)