Newspapers With a Partisan Aim Are Filling the Void of Traditional Media

From a Washington Post story by Michael Scherer headlined “Newspapers with a partisan aim filling the void of traditional media”:

Pennsylvania’s most widely-circulated newspaper showed up, without fanfare or explanation, in the mailboxes of about 1 in every 5 households in the state this April.

A 12-page tabloid with a circulation of 953,000, it has arrived every month since, with articles from the Associated Press, crosswords, recipes and useful updates on which nearby towns had the lowest gas prices. But nowhere in its pages does it disclose its true mission.