Sometimes you wonder where headline writers have been for the past couple years. Here’s an example of a hot news headline over the Boston Globe page one top story, Nov. 29, 2016. Yes, that’s right, Nov. 29, 2016: “Trump’s truths often fail the test — US credibility at stake, experts say.” The story’s news peg was Trump’s accusation, without any proof, that widespread voter fraud cost him from getting a majority of the popular vote. And the Globe found “experts” to say foreign leaders wonder if Trump can be believed. File under: A Pulitzer awaits.