"A mood of expectation arose in the briefing room," NPR notes, reflecting on the anticipation of yesterday's White House press conference. "It felt as though something newsworthy must be happening. But as it turned out, not so much."
Instead, NPR laments that President Obama "plunged right into the queries" from reporters and took questions on apparently un-"newsworthy" topics such as "Syria, the Boston Marathon bombing, Mexico, the Republicans in Congress and the challenge of administering Obamacare."
Yep. Nothing "newsworthy" there, obviously.