Willful reporting with a clear bias amounts to malice. Eighteen-year-old men can enlist in the military, serve, and die for their country. When an 18-year-old African-American man is shot by police, the victim is described as a teenager. We attach innocence to youth, so a "teenaged" suspect who dies at the hands of police becomes a victim rather than a criminal. Media bias is so ingrained, it is almost reflexive, as in the Dec. 22 "Good Morning America" broadcast covering the execution of the New York officers, when they referred to the "choking death" of Eric Garner. He did not die from choking, but some facts don't seem to matter. When you only report the facts that support your position, it isn't news, it is propaganda.