There are some interesting differences in articles today about a group wanting Senator Hillary Clinton investigated for possible problems related to a
1. Notice the yellow highlighted words in the opening sentences. There is a big difference between CNN’s “conservative watchdog group with a history of dogging the
CNN: A conservative watchdog group with a history of dogging the
FOX: A self-described "public interest group that fights government corruption" has filed an ethics complaint with a Senate panel, asking it to investigate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for her role in an alleged attempt to defraud the Federal Election Commission and the U.S. Senate.
2. In the blue highlighted words above, Fox’s statement of the reason sounds much more serious than CNN’s statement.
3. As noted above, CNN calls
4. The person making the allegations is Peter Paul who CNN describes as a “three-time convicted felon.” Fox provides more specific information on
5. Both articles have a picture of Hillary and neither is particularly
Links to the articles: