Do you want to trust Wikipedia to be a breaking news source of information?  That is what is up for debate:

Most any journalism professor, upon mention of Wikipedia, will immediately launch into a rant about how the massively collaborative online encyclopedia can’t be trusted. It can, you see, be edited and altered by absolutely anyone at any moment.

But how much less trustworthy is the site for breaking news than the plethora of blogs and other online news sources?

Check out the rest of the coverage here.  I don’t know if I can really trust Wikipedia to get anything right. The dream is that sources developed by people will be better, but there is a lot of bias out there.