Google is my Co-Pilot

Google News is my first stop for news. Like a newspaper is for some, or CNN for others. If I want to know what's happening I just go to Google News. But the mechanics of it's aggregating means that often a popular story gets a separate popular photo next to it. And a lot of the most popular photos of the politicians have them looking like bloated, old, wrinkly satan babies. So the source I trust to present me with snapshots of the Present, reads like the New York Times and looks like the New York Daily Post, and shows me unflattering angles of the candidates you just don't get on NPR or the television news. I think I'm winning out.

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