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There are a few types of lawmakers in Washington who are reliably popular with the press corps.
To what extent that’s the result of a cunning public-relations strategy, a blinkered press corps or genuine differences in the companies’ products and policies depends on whom you ask.‘YouTube magic dust’: How America’s second-largest social platform ducks controversies|Will Oremus|August 25, 2021|Washington Post
According to Becker, Webb developed “a loner’s mystique within the press corps.”Three female journalists who braved the chaos of Vietnam|Jacqueline Winspear|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
Cambodia, with its seemingly free press, is also a haven for foreign journalists.
Sadly, it appears the American press often doesn't need any outside help when it comes to censoring themselves.Politicians Only Love Journalists When They're Dead|Luke O’Neil|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
This time it would be the biggest mistake for the Western press to repeat that—absolutely the biggest mistake.
But the most important point I want to make is about what the press does now.
And finally, this is who most of our political press is—gullible enough to be surprised by either of the first two.
If the "Y" Beach lot press their advantage they may cut off the enemy troops on the toe of the Peninsula.
"We will go to the Hotel de l'Europe, if you press it;" and away the cabriolet joggled over the roughly paved street.
He does well to be proud of his men and of the way they played up to-day when he called upon them to press back the enemy.
He was to pay one third of the amount before the book went to press, the balance he was to pay within a reasonable time.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
Here, Mr. Slocum paused to wipe his spectacles, and the wife seized the opportunity to press the question.