Fox News covers only positive stories about the current administration; CNN only carries the negative ones. Journalists need to sell stories. They often use whatever tactics they have at their disposal to publish narratives that generate public interest, including omitting details or framing stories to support their ideology. When a news agency publishes false – or even just barely misleading information – does that break the trust that journalism has forged with their public? Click here to read the full article. See ME10, Case 33.