The Right Way to Cover the Next Trial of the Century

From a Washington Post column by Hugh Hewitt headlined “Here’s the right way to cover the next trial of the century”:

“Trial of the century” was a pretty elastic phrase in the sensationalist 20th century. The question of Darwinism at the trial of Tennessee teacher John Scopes briefly wore the mantle, but so did the trial of thrill-killers Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, the trial of Lindbergh kidnapper Bruno Hauptmann, and the trial of atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.