- Politico: White House lights up Manchin after he crushes Biden's megabill
- CNN: Meadows slams McCarthy and suggests Trump should be elected speaker if Republicans win House
- FOX News: Sanders slams Manchin's rebuke of Build Back Better: 'Let him vote no in front of the whole world'
I may be part of the problem; I often let the google news page tell me what's up and those algorithms sense when readers respond, and they may respond the way the crowd runs towards the sound of someone shouting "fight!"
Question: Has political reporting in the US shifted towards using more graphical violent imagery in headlines in the past decade? Has this been quantified?
note: I'm not asking "Do you think...?" I've asked for sources that have made an effort to quantify the use of "graphical violent imagery in headlines".