Upon attempting to navigate around the two websites I found that locating stories and specific writings on the NY Times website was tougher than on the Washington Times website. The NY Times seemed to have many small headlines and appeared to be a bit cluttered, whereas the Washington Times had fewer and larger headlines which made making a selection easier. I believe that there is a small difference in the stories that the two papers report. The NY Times reports more stories that pertain to local news and more entertainment subjects than does the Washington Times. The Washington Times seems to report news that pertains to national issues and politics rather than entertainment and services around... [continues]
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