By: Michael Calderone | Huffington Post
Carl Hulse, a veteran of The New York Times for nearly three decades, considers there to be a hole in the paper’s Washington report.
The Times, online and in print, covers the day’s big news and often looks more broadly at the political landscape. And Times reporters routinely tweet immediate insights and news nuggets. But the Times has lagged behind competitors in having venue for political scooplets that might not immediately merit a full story, quick takes off the news, and coverage of social life around Washington.