This stack exchange is about Earth Science. The scientific position is unequivocal in verifying the reality of climate change. One is free to take a contrary skeptical position, but it isn't supported by climate data, ecological data, glaciology, atmospheric and oceanographic science, modelling, theoretical studies, feedback mechanisms, peer review scrutiny, or the basic premise of scientific method. 'Climate-change as a hoax', or 'global conspiracy' has nothing to do with science. It has everything to do with the psychology of denial, and the short-term expediency of vested big-business interests, notably in the oil and coal industries. So the reason you don't find genuine science articles refuting climate-change is that there aren't any such scientifically credible articles. This statement will of course prompt an avalanche of responses claiming that there is valid denialist science, which highlights the main problem of the internet - that most non-scientists cannot differentiate between junk science and real science. Consequently, they cannot differentiate between the media's beat-up 'controversy', and the exceptionally strong and consistent consensus of the scientific community.
My advice, writing as a climate change Earth-Scientist, is (1) don't take anyone's word unless it is from a professionally peer-reviewed paper, and (2) for starters, go to something like the World-Bank's climate-change knowledge portal, pick some locations at random, and check out the historic and projected temperature data. Both temperature and rainfall projections are given. I suggest that you concentrate on the temperature - the rainfall projections are less reliable.
Short answer - is there a credible anti-climate-change science site - No.