Both newspapers had articles today on the same subjects; in both cases the Post article seemed a tad better:
Both reported the shooting death of a woman's rights advocate in an Afghanistan province. Both described previous deaths and both suggested Taliban involvement. The Post, however, also described another possibility: the woman's male relatives might have been responsible. No way to know for sure.
Both reported the results of an international test of 4th graders on reading and math. US students were in the middle, below the usual suspects. Both reported that Florida was a state which volunteered to be tested as if it were a country, and its results were better than the U.S. as a whole. The Post, however, interviewed a critic of Florida, who suggested that a policy of holding back 3rd graders who were below standards on reading had reduced the 4th grade population being tested (by a random sample) and improved the average ability. Again, no way to know, but having the fuller picture was valuable.