I say this too many times but we are here to help you, but that does not mean we do work for you. I fell in love with the topic they had in the Bio booklet for EE - something along the lines of analyzing the evolution of a symbiotic relationship of a fungi and bacteria.
From Ruan Chun Xian : The EE forum is probably one of our busiest forum but I have a feeling many people may not find they get as much help as they would like when seeking help here. It can be useful to look at Extended Essays other people have done to get a feel for the approach you should take and the depth of your analysis and thinking.
Keep in mind that a general guide line used in many schools is 5 sources minimum for the IA in History, so if you are doing a History paper aim to have as close to ten sources as possible if not more for the EE. But by following the guidelines set out for you, you'll quickly realize how hard pressed you will be to contain your work to the limit.
The internet is a nice place to start even though internet sources are not always the most reliable. News sources are generally reliable, but be sure to stay away from "gossip" media which often contorts the truth.