When they follow someone else’s story, why are some news outlets so reluctant to credit the original reporting source?
An overzealous push for balance can’t compensate for the dearth of details about a man who died after pushing past security.
It’s not enough to raise issues. Reporters need to keep tracking them until they are resolved.
It’s easy to get caught up in the national media’s all-Trump-all-the-time coverage. But let’s keep at least one eye on Hawaii.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard needs to quit blaming the press for bad publicity about her secret trip to Syria and disclose all the facts behind it.
Did you vote? Good. Did you march? Great. Now keep it up, and we may be able to reclaim a country where truth matters.
Unless the public fights for transparency along with journalists the important public business will continue to be done in secret.
Eventually, out of the muck will emerge new standards of what is legitimate news and what is mere mean-spirited propaganda.