Progressive media, such as MSNBC, ABC, et. al., are all guilty of doing so: The Trevon Martin Case, the Michelle Obama Case, the Mitt Romney Case, and many others are examples. (Go to 'google', type in 'news editing' followed by any of the above mentioned people and see what you get!)
The conservatives are, on occasion, guilty as well - but not nearly as deceitful as progressives. Here it's done mainly (as I have observed) in 'headlines' that 'grab your attention but don't represent the facts as presented in the actual story. Yes, I do understand that doing so may increase readership and, thus, sales. But, honesty is honesty! Let's keep honesty in the discussion.
The latest example of such from the conservative side comes from a 'headline' in The Drudge Report. The headline reads, "Bloomberg: Don't Panic, USA Has 'Infinite Amount of Money'...
The actual story quotes Bloomberg as stating, "..the United States could owe ďan infinite amount of moneyĒ and there is no specific amount that would cause the country to default."
"Owing" and "Having" are entirley two different things - conceptually and in reality.
Bloomberg may not be correct in his prediction, but he does make a point to be considered; and, it is not a "positive" point for us in my opinion:
Let's keep it HONEST, people!