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  • NEWS STAND
  • Hey! I should get up to date on my news...
  • NEWS STAND
  • Let's see what we've got.
  • Oh my gosh! I can't believe this is the top headline in this magazine! Kim K was there??? Melania and Queen B went in a photo booth together? Wow that party sounded lit. AND THE PARTY FAVOR WAS A YACHT???? That's living the life right there.
  • DONALD TRUMP THROWS RAGER AT WHITE HOUSE!!!
  • US-led coalition signals it will yield major Syrian city to Russian and Assad forces
  • Wow, I didn't even know anything like this was going on. This seems a lot more factual and it's supported by evidence. This is the top article in the New York Times, and it seems like an international issue. Interesting, I feel much more educated on this important world event.
  • Even though this tabloid has a huge catchy headline, and it seems flashy and has drama that makes me want to read it, I wonder if they are actually telling the truth? Or are they just trying to get me to read their shallow news and get my money and attention?
  • DONALD TRUMP THROWS RAGER AT WHITE HOUSE!!!
  • These sources are actual government officials, this information seems much more reliable, and makes the situation in Syria sound like it's starting to improve! Wow the government must love this article, the NYT must want to push the news that enlightens me on our international affairs.
  • I'm gonna stick with which news source I think has my best interest and knowledge about our democracy as their agenda. This news paper is the one for me.
  • NEWS STAND
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