Web, No pronunciation scores, Free, Intermediate
VOA has many audio files and 800 captioned videos in "Special English" so learners can practice. The vocabulary is large, and there are no pauses when beginners can repeat words or phrases, so these are for intermediate learners.
They also have 3,000 videos in standard English with subtitles. 400 of the VOA videos are on English Central, where learners can slow them down and get pronunciation scored, though only one of these is Special English, so they require even more vocabulary.
VOA also has vocabulary lists, where you can listen to pronunciation of words, definitions and examples, though without pauses. It also has many pages to read about various topics in English.
The basic list of Special English has 1,500 words, and appendices add numbers, countries, cities and other topics. This does not count verb conjugations, irregular plurals like "women," and multiple meanings, so 2-3,000 word forms must be recognized in all.
VOA refers people who want to improve their English to English Central and GoEnglish.me, both of which are for intermediate learners.