Here are some search results from both CNN and Fox News sites on articles today related to the Terri Schiavo case. I have only included what I would call “hard news” stories and have not included opinion pieces or transcripts from their cable news shows. CNN had more reports today but I think you can scan the list and get a sense for the different biases. [Note: Here is a caveat. Some of the CNN stories may be run by Fox tomorrow. Sometimes I have noticed a one or two-day difference between the timing of the publishing of the articles.]
Conservative direct-mail firm buys Schindlers' list (03.29.2005)
Thousands of people who helped Terri Schiavo's parents finance their protracted legal battle could soon start receiving solicitations from anti-abortion groups who purchase their contact information from a conservative direct-mailing firm.
Michael Schiavo relative reports threat (03.29.2005)
Michael Schiavo's sister-in-law said a man threatened to shoot her and her family if Terri Schiavo dies,
Jackson joins fight over feeding tube (03.29.2005)
The Rev. Jesse Jackson arrived Tuesday at Terri Schiavo's hospice and called on
California debates spending on comatose inmates (03.29.2005)
The California Department of Corrections spent $1.27 million in just six months on medical care for six comatose inmates last year -- and that's not counting more than $1,000 per day for each guard it cost for security.
Health lobbyists have tough sell (03.29.2005)
Though Congress rushed to intervene in the case of a brain-damaged Florida woman, those lobbying on life-and-death medical issues that affect thousands or even millions of people often find themselves struggling to get lawmakers' attention.
Spouse as next of kin has deep roots (03.29.2005)
Marianne Clark cannot understand why Mary Schindler -- the woman who gave birth to Terri Schiavo, dried her tears, and nursed her cuts and bruises -- counts less to the courts than the husband who asked that Schiavo's feeding tube be removed.
High court's right-to-die rulings leave questions (03.29.2005)
The Supreme Court's history on right-to-die cases is pretty thin.
The Terri Schiavo case (03.29.2005)
The case of Theresa Marie Schiavo has again made headlines this week.
Jesse Jackson Visits Schiavo Hospice - Tuesday, March 29, 2005 -
Patients Often Suffer Under Twisted Medical Ethics - Tuesday, March 29, 2005 - Death by starvation might be the most excruciating kind of death imaginable....