Reporters can't get enough of the gory details and the international intrigue in the Khashoggi case. But they seem to have forgotten the need to report basic facts, question their single-sourced material, and ask difficult questions of those who know far more than they let on. Who was Jamal Khashoggi? What have we learned about Western media in the coverage of the episode? What questions weren't even asked? And what are the domestic political dimensions at play? Matthew RJ Brodsky joins Freddy Gray on the Spectator | USA Americano podcast.