A quick check of some leading news websites revealed the following use of "??" in their headlines (based only on their main website pages):
I agree with the others that hate this style of reporting. It's evasive and editorial.
- What is convicted child sex offender Debra LaFave doing on TV
- Shouldn't we bomb the Taliban before they bomb us?
- Junk Science: Lance Armstrong's Self-Inflicted Cancer?
- What prevented a U.S. drone from destroying a key Taliban target?
- 'Pope' Jonathan Morris in 2051?
- Who's Sorry Now?
- Tucker Carlson: 'Dancing' Dud?
- Silicon Insider: Is Apple Poised to Topple the PC
- Secret Courts?: Spying Bill Clears Senate Panel
- Beach Tennis: Blasphemy or Boom?
- Talk Politics: How Influential Are Bloggers?
- Space Talk: Conversation Better in Zero G?
- Does Where You Live = When You'll Die?
- How Important Are Computers in Your Life?
- Will Zune Take Down iPod?
- Is Early Admission Unfair?
- Too Many Voters In Milwaukee?
- 'Islamic Fascism': What's The Issue?
- Hooked on your cell?
- Is air travel safer five years after Sept. 11 attacks?
- Scoop: Will Cruise's legal team quash book?
- In the future, will reading be necessary?
- Payday loans targeting military members?
- The first Muslim in Congress?
- Do Democrats have an Achilles' heel?
- Can pollutant stave off warming crisis?
- Daily Nightly: Taliban in our sights?