Here’s a list of endangered languages from BusinessInsider.com. It’s not clear who their linguistic consultants were for this essay, but it’s nice to see such mainstream coverage. The list: Apiaka, Bikya, Taje, Dampelas, Diahoi, Kaixana, Laua, Yamana, Kulon-Pazeh, and Pemono.
Note: If you’re interested in other resources on this topic, there is an earlier post on this topic that features the documentary The Linguists by David Harrison and Gregory Anderson. There are also links to organizations that are trying to preserve these dying languages on the LingEducator | Linguistic Gratuity page.