Any comment the the fact that the expression "begs the question" is now used

Any comment the the fact that the expression "begs the question" is now used

Any comment the the fact that the expression "begs the question" is now used regularly in the U.S. media to mean "needs to be asked" rather that it's original meaning "Assumes the conclusion in the argument" ? Should Philosophers develop a new expression the capture the original meaning ? Thanks.

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