We have different types of news, and differing ways to spread that news, such as the Internet, newspaper and magazines. An interesting dilemma arises in that many magazines don't actually have any real news but gossip and rumors.
Too many magazines are concerned with what will sell and earn more money. So in turn readers of magazines get a lot of fluff stories. Instead of having stories that uncover the truth about a congressmen that didn't pay his taxes, or a president who changes the global standard of living, we get the lukewarm stories that are more rumor than facts.
The truth is that people want real newsworthy stories about the latest development in a major case that could change the judicial system. People want to know the facts, they want to know about the occurrences that could alter our government. People want news stories that they can relate to, that they can understand. People also want the truth, and that has been missing in many magazines for far too long.
So instead of writing fluff stories that will be forgotten, why not write the hard stories that impact people's lives, make them think, teach them something worth knowing?