The New York Times had to correct FOUR of their stories , one in April, thee in June regarding alleging that 17 Intelligence Agencies were involving in investigating and assessing Russian involvement in the last US election. It was only three ; FBI, CIA and NSC.
Then the Associated Press alleged that Medicaid was to be cut under the new Senate Republican Health Bill. President Trump pointed out that this was untrue. No cut , but a reduction in GROWTH. AP had to admit they were wrong not by saying they were wrong but that growth would occur but there would be cuts from what one could have expected if there was even more growth. Got that?
So what Journalism School would teach this stuff?