I guess they can blame it on the Associated Press
Oldest mantra in journalism teaches the 5 W's with "Who" being the first, the lead, the most important. Although "what, when, where and why" play vital supporting roles.
So I was a little amazed early this morning when I ambled back from my driveway perusing the quaint print version of the Gazette with a photo of Bill Clinton under the banner headline "Clinton wins historic nomination".
Well yes, the headline is correct. Because indeed having a female as a major party candidate for president is certainly "historic." And yes, having a former President as a spouse to this candidate is also newsworthy.
BUT NOT THAT NEWSWORTHY!
Couldn't the Gazette have found a file photo somewhere of Hillary Clinton?
Or did they publish a photo of Michelle Obama eight years ago when her husband clinched his "historic" nomination?