Monet has a hole
In Paris a group of people broke into the Musée d’Orsay and one of them punched a hole in a painting by Monet. The museum director said that alarms went off but the group wasn't caught.
The AP was published in USA Today and the New York Times both covered it. It's an interested example because the audience of the Times and USA today are so different. The Times appeals to New Yorkers and an international elite with in-depth and intelligent articles and analysis. USA Today is infamous for being easy to read and chock-full of graphics and cartoonish stats, newspaper lite.
USA Today only publishes a short snippet, 12 sentences. It focuses on the basic W's of the story and shows very little background. The Times article goes in-depth on previous break-ins and vandalism at cultural centers in France. It also gives background on Monet and his painting style as well as the other contents of the Museum.
The TImes writes about these things because it's important or interesting to the Times reader. USA Today doesn't print it for the same reason.