2. Evaluate two articles from two different news sources, like Fox News and MSNBC, and
write an evaluation argument that compares the quality of the two sources. Which source
appears to handle the news in a more unbiased way?
Criteria: Think about how you can identify “good” news from “fake” news. What factors
make a news source reliable and trustworthy? Make sure you establish these criteria in
Research: Examine two articles about the same issue—one from each source—and
consider how the sources differ in the way they portray the news. In the immigration
reform debate, for example, does one source “stack the deck” while the other one offers a more well-rounded review of the issue?