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Was Blind, but Now She Sees – Thanks to a U.S. Soldier

ABC World News profiles an Army sergeant who took responsibility to help a suffering Iraqi girl.

TIME Plays TV Doctor: Suggests Vatican Gave Pope John Paul II A Push Into Death

TIME promotes the views of an Italian doctor who did what the magazine condemned Senator Bill Frist for doing: diagnosing a patient from video footage.

The Scoundrel Song of David Banner

No matter how pornographic his lyrics, no matter how many kids he helps to corrupt, no matter how callously he maligns fellow citizens as niggas and hoes and no matter how coarsely he portrays ...

Will the Media Cover THIS Story?

Will public nudity and sexual acts performed in broad daylight in San Francisco streets, while police stand by doing nothing, generate headlines on national newscasts?

The Death of Sportsmanship

Rutgers University is known as the birthplace of college football, but in the last few weeks it's seemed more like the deathplace of sportsmanship.

Kid Nation Ties for Top Ratings

Viewers attracted by adorable children or train wreck hype?

Media Juiced on Celebrity Hype

Camp O.J. has taken over Las Vegas.

"Resegregation" in Alabama Schools (and in Omaha Too?)

Guilt by association: "Tuscaloosa, where George Wallace once stood defiantly in the schoolhouse door to keep blacks out of the University of Alabama...."

Embarrassing Celebrity Pundits

A key measure we have for punditry in our political culture is fame, not a display of any brains.
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