Improve news writing, please
I have become increasingly disappointed in the quality of newswriting @yahoo news. In the middle of hard news stories we are learning about what designer clothing someone is wearing. Clichés, slang, urban dictionary words, and opinions are sprinkled through nearly everything you publish. A cutline with one of the Hon. Brett Kavanagh hearing photos caused me to write to you today. It reads: " Too bad for Kavanaugh that these Senate-branded ultra minikegs we're not filled with beer." I have no words for that professional judgement black hole.
Michelle McMillen commented
An author of one of your news reports from Nashville made a point of describing the key individual of the article by their race, where it didn’t seem relevant at all. This came off as racist to me. While I understand that it is protected speech particularly in reporting, it seemed sloppy in definitely a result of poor editing.
SANDRA D FLYNN commented
Hahahaha their writers are petulant children they are cancel culture and the school system tought them to be that way need to purge teachers and make alumni 1progressive 1conservatives
frank beeckman commented
Yahoo needs to read some of these articles they share. In one of them from the Insider, the author claims that a shooter was targeting a woman in a wheel chair. That is just a flat out lie! Only the guy with the AK47 was targeted, but I guess that's not enough sensationalism?