“Across the Board Failures”

The Washington Post today editorializes about the upsetting final hours of New York Times reporter David Rosenbaum.

“The last 46 hours of New York Times reporter David E. Rosenbaum’s life can be segmented into three stages: his robbery and beating on Gramercy Street NW; the response of the D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS); and his treatment at Howard University Hospital, where he died from a massive head injury.

Following an investigation by the D.C. Health Department, the Post denounces “across-the-board failures.”

Here’s our question: Why is it that the Washington Post (lead by Colby King) is doing a better job reporting this story than Rosenbaum’s own paper?