Try to match the headline with its source -- it's not as hard as you might think, and goes a long way toward explaining how much influence your media diet has on your politics -- and vice versa. Click the link to find out where it's from.
There are the relatively straightforward headlines.
There are the terror-inducing headlines.
There are the terror-inducing clickbait headlines.
The Wall Street Journal headline unsurprisingly focuses on the potential financial fallout.
There are the "all politics is local" takes.
There are headlines that tackle one narrow section of the climate report.
There are the headlines for international audiences shaking their heads at us.
And there are the headline obviously written by people in D.C.
Most importantly for the future of the climate report and how it will be implemented, there are the headlines that manage to stuff a lot of politics into a few carefully chosen and bolded words -- something that can be said of many of the above headlines too. These headlines are perhaps the easiest to trace back to their source.