Both of the articles, the Washington Post and the Huffington Post, that covered the story about Mexican drug cartels and their ports to the U.S. did a good job of covering the story and included a lot of information about the issue.
The Washington Post took more of a personal angle to the story by concentrating on one specific area that was affected by the drugs, Little Village in Chicago. They successfully put the most important information at the beginning of the story.
The Huffington Post did a more factual coverage of this story and was not very personal about the story. Either way, the information was sent across and informed readers. Both of the stories had information such as statistics and information from outside sources to make their story more reliable.