A couple of items that deserve follow-up: After Friday's post on President Obama's snub of the Dalai Lama, Mr. Obama did on Saturday welcome the Tibetan to the White House. Ellen Bork has details.
And after the two posts here on the New York Times and "fracking" for natural gas, the Times's Public Editor took the issue up in a column over the weekend, siding with the critics: "such a pointed article needed more convincing substantiation, more space for a reasoned explanation of the other side and more clarity about its focus. ...the article went out on a limb, lacked an in-depth dissenting view in the text and should have made clear that shale gas had boomed." Richard L. Berke, the Times's national editor, defended the story: "we would not change a word."