How Newsworthy Is The Joe Biden Story? Multiple women have come forward to say that the former vice president’s famous touchiness made them uncomfortable in the past, prompting conversations about personal space, power and gender. But some have questioned the story’s newsworthiness.

Why Did The Washington Post Kill A Story About Jeff Fager’s Accusers? When the Washington Post broke its famous story about CBS host Charlie Rose’s sexual harassment allegations, the paper left out another part of the story: allegations against 60 Minutes chief Jeff Fager. New York Magazine reported this week that the decision came after Fager made a call to Post editor Marty Baron.

AP Style Book: Just Call It ‘Racism’: The outlet issued its famous guidelines last week, for the first time saying that journalists should call racism by its name, rather than using stand-by euphemisms like “racially charged.” But the rules left some circumstances still up for interpretation.

Rants And Raves: 04/05/19: The panel looks back on the week in media news.

On this week’s edition of Beat The Press, Emily Rooney is joined by freelance columnist Jennifer Braceras, former CNN White House correspondent Dan Lothian, Dan Kennedy of Northeastern University and Callie Crossley of WGBH News.