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The Martians are coming. American jobs accepted by Illegal Immigrants. USDA needs to enforce stricter regulations on cattle feed. Each headline could be seen in today's news. When putting together a story, the interpretation of truth is dependent on how the facts are presented or the assumptions made by the journalist. It would be inaccurate to suggest or indicate that the media and the media are almost always responsible and honest. After all, stories with sensational headlines or titles which greatly stir our feelings have a tendency to find the most notice. We have to learn how to recognize the methods by which information is camouflaged so we could differentiate fact from fiction Every time we turn on a radio or television, start a book, magazine or paper someone is attempting to persuade, persuade, and educate us into some variant of what is fair or right. Intended to capture our attention, information isn't always presented in the most ethical way. Yellow journalism, propaganda and advocacy journalism are methods used to deliver news without having to follow the fundamental ethics of fiction. As outlined by the Society of Professional Journalists, journalist must seek to identify sources, confirm accuracy of facts and query a source of motives (2005). Literary journalism is a type of journalism in which sensationalism triumphs over factual reporting. This will take the form of colorful adjectives, exaggeration, a careless lack of fact checking for the sake of a quick "breaking news" story, or even deliberate falsification of whole incidents (Cohen 2000). Sensationalism, distortion, checkbook journalism and profiteering are common monikers for yellow journalism.Two publishers, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst, became well known for this brand of.