Critics say it took the illness of two Americans to draw attention; some journalists defend media actions.
Unhappiness with the level of control exercised by administration staffers fueled the change.
Even when the reporting is accurate, the sheer tonage raises a question about proportion and relative risk.
The revisions are usually small, but the practice is troubling, say reporters who cover the president.
The former Post editor launched the political Web site’s magazine last year.
Sinclair Broadcast Group’s conservative worldview slowly makes its way into local station’s newscast.
Reporters know there’s no textbook for covering stories like Ferguson, so they’re learning as they go.
Women have made advances in sports journalism, but they lag behind when it comes to on-air opinions.
Foes argue that other side’s casualty numbers are suspect, leaving media to report most readily available data.