I realize that you must depend upon outside sources for most of your national and international news articles, but I would hope that you could assume more control over their content when the content appears to be biased. Such content is acceptable in commentary or opinion articles but should not pretend to be news reporting. Here are two examples from Tuesday morning's paper (Jan. 12), both originating from The Associated Press and both seeming to be news articles:
LETTER: Bias found in two Associated Press articles
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