A strange happenstance: two articles that tell a different story each, with the main point being left out. The first one is about a dog:
A dog running into traffic on a busy New Mexico freeway caused a chain reaction that led to a fiery crash involving a semi full of frozen meat that shut down part of the road and backed up traffic for nearly four hours, authorities said.Yes, the wily dog certainly knew when to run into the traffic. But did it get the meat after all?
The second article is about the (currently) #1 British politician and an extremely tenuous connection someone discovered between said politician and a scandal ridden publication:
Mr Cameron also finally admitted, after three days of speculation, that he had ridden the retired police mount, called Raisa, when it was looked after by Mrs Brooks between 2008 and 2010.Yes, the picture is clear. But did Cameron use Raisa's manure to fertilize his roses?
He apologised for allowing a "confusing picture" to emerge about his personal connection to the horse, which he had rode before the election with Mrs Brooks’ husband Charlie, a friend from their Eton school days.