The relationship between Hillary Clinton and the press is complex and contentious. But is there an “unspoken set of ‘Clinton rules’” that drives media coverage?
Political writer Jonathan Allen makes such a case in Vox, pegging his thesis to a bungled New York Times story about a federal investigation of her emails as Secretary of State.
Instant criticisms prompted changes in the original story by the paper, a column by the paper’s public editor and an editor’s note. Read more