The group is a non-profit current events website for students. Through research of the website, I found that it is slightly conservative in bias. It is sometimes makes use of loaded words.
Student News Daily
The purpose is to inform about the recent meeting between the First Lady and the President with Queen Elizabeth || in the United Kingdom on the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
What is the purpose of the article?
The article gives different sides of the topic as it includes quotes from the officials of both the U.S. side and the UK side. For example, there are statements from the White House and tweets from The Royal Family. The article gives some topics that the two countries will discuss in this state visit.
Does the article give different sides of the issue or topic? Or does it seem biased? Explain
If the article has a shocking headline, does it have facts and quotes to back it up?
The article does not have that much of a shocking headline it has a very straightforward one. It explains exactly what is going to be in the article without any added exaggerations.
Look at other news stories on the same site. Do most of them seem hard to believe?
Can you verify the story in a news source you know you can trust
The other news stories on the same site are believable. They are current events that have taken place and the titles are not hyperbolic compared to the content of the story.
Yes, I have verified with additional sources such as ABC News and CBS News. Additionally, I checked if the sources used in the article are credible and they are. Some of those sources include USA Today, BBC, and CNBC.