The text of an AP story today begins like this:
NAHAL OZ, Israel - Militants from the Gaza Strip slipped across the border and opened fire at a fuel depot in southern Israel yesterday, killing two Israeli civilians in a brazen daylight raid that threatened to set off heavy combat after a monthlong [sic] lull.
The Israeli government held Gaza's Hamas rulers responsible for the attack and sent tanks, troops, and aircraft into the Palestinian territory. At least nine Palestinians died during the day, including two at the depot and seven in Gaza.
Many newspapers ran this AP story today. Here are some examples of headlines they used.
Gaza Gunmen Kill 2 in Southern Israel
San Diego Union-Tribune:
Palestinian militants from Gaza kill 2 Israelis in border attack
San Jose Mercury News:
Attack on Israeli fuel depot breaks calm, threatens talks
Palestinians kill 2 Israelis in attack on Gaza fuel depot
But our local broadsheet runs the story under their own unique headline.
The Boston Globe:
Border clashes kill Israelis, Palestinians
But remember there is no bias at the Globe, folks. No agenda journalism. These are professional journalists at work. Nothing to see here. Move along now.