I found saw a recent image going around on Facebook:
The picture shows two copies of the wall street journal that look nearly identical. They feature the same image but have very different headlines. The claim is that both copies were distributed, but to different locations, based on "what you want to hear."
It certainly looks very convincing, but as we know in today's world photos can be easily faked. Additionally the photo may be showing the headline that did run and a headline that almost ran rather than two separate headlines that ran in different locations.
So did the Wall Street Journal run two versions of the story based on location? If it did, is this a common practice, as the claim suggests? How do they decide which subscribers get which version?