Perhaps this explains why the Washington Post believed that ABC News' decision to return to a solo anchor for its evening newscast was deserving of front-page status -- and 23 paragraphs.
Couldn't the Post have used this space more wisely? How important was it for Post readers to know in today's newspaper that now-replaced anchor Elizabeth Vargas ....
* already has a 3-year-old son?Yawn. When it comes to story length and placement, The Post should give a much higher priority to news than to those who read the news.
* is expecting her second child in August?
* or that Vargas told the newspaper: "This has been, in full candor, not the easiest pregnancy. In fact, it's been pretty difficult. This is a show, and a staff, that deserves an anchor who can give 150 percent ..."