On 26 November 2017 Newsweek published an article about Robert Mueller. The article was poorly written, and the Newsweek editors should never have released it.
Quick criticism of a 13 November 2017 New York Times article about an investigation of two U.S. Navy SEALs.
A quick look at the media’s early coverage of President Trump’s November 2017 trip to Asia.
Looking at good and bad examples of journalism.
Buzzfeed’s poor use of unnamed sources.
Bloomberg Politics used some artistic license to make a more click-worthy tweet.
What is the news value of publishing a video depicting the final moments of a bride’s tragic helicopter journey to her wedding?
On 27 May 2017, Politico ran an article focusing on Jared Kushner’s alleged attempts to establish back-channel communications with Russia. The opening sentence of the article states that the attempts “would have been viewed as not only highly improper but also possibly even illegal, according to former national security officials.” In general, the article presents a quick, reasonable overview of how and when the U.S. Government has used back channels for discreet communications with other governments or individuals. The problem with the article is that it mentions several times that the attempts could be illegal without explaining the criteria for determining that illegality or discussing who would have the authority to make that determination.