New York Times
Ethan Bronner (left) has a son in the Israeli military. "The Times sent a reporter overseas to provide disinterested coverage of one of the world's most intense and potentially explosive conflicts, and now his son has taken up arms for one side," writes ombudsman Clark Hoyt. "Even the most sympathetic reader could reasonably wonder how that would affect the father, especially if shooting broke out." || Executive editor Bill Keller responds. || Related from the Jerusalem Post.
> Goldberg: I'm glad Keller is NYT editor, and not Hoyt