Finding a research topic that is interesting, important and feasible may take significant effort so you should be prepared to invest your time accordingly. Considering your choices, doing some background work on each choice, and ultimately settling on a topic that is appropriate will prevent you from the frustrations that come from attempting research on a topic.
If you only find information about your topic in current news sources (newspapers, magazines, etc.) then the topic might be too new to have a large amount of published scholarly information. If this is the case, you may want to reconsider the topic.