The Washington Post broke a story on the 9th to the effect that Russia hacked the American presidential elections this year.
As is becoming the new normal in modern journalistic practice, the story has several different headlines, each fine-tuned to appeal to the target audience. The main print version was released as “Obama Orders Review Of Russian Hacking During Presidential Campaign”, but the regional headlines differ slightly. The online version was titled the eminently clickable “Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White House”. (more…)
This year, Google has a live results page for the presidential elections. They’re reporting 100% of the results are counted in most states, and give a definitive result. So does Politico, and so does CNN. Each of the three draws their data from the Associated Press.