Friday, September 13, 2002
When you read a newspaper, there are certain things you take for granted. The stories on the front cover, especially those above the fold, are usually the ones deemed by the editors to be the most important. So its confusing when a story hits the front page in, say, the Washington Post and is nowhere to be found in the New York Times. Host Bob Garfield reports on why some stories end up being buried.
2nd Symphony 4th mvt.Artist: Beethoven