1/31/2007 11:17 AM ET
The Times' labor reporter skips the inconvenient truth: Wal-Mart overpaid 215,000 employees over the last five years, but is not seeking to recover the money.
1/31/2007 2:00 AM ET
A university president insults traditional Christianity and undermines the First Amendment, but is virtually ignored by mainstream journalists.
1/30/2007 6:08 PM ET
Reporter depicts court struggle as one pitting company against 'patients rights groups' instead of liberal activists.
1/30/2007 2:34 PM ET
Anchor Gibson fails to explain how labor unions are partly to blame for GM, Ford 'Running on Empty.'
1/30/2007 1:46 PM ET
George Bush, new master of the verbal putdown?
1/30/2007 1:09 PM ET
Brit Hume led off his "Political Grapevine" by noting a Times Watch discovery: Two Times reporters who have appeared on Charlie Rose relayed personal opinions on the broadcast - but only the one ...
1/30/2007 12:30 PM ET
Strange, strained criticism of towering economist Milton Friedman: "Though Mr. Friedman's free-choice doctrine contributed to ending the draft in the 1970s, the film takes virtually no note of the ...
1/30/2007 10:43 AM ET
The Times' military correspondent got in hot water for advancing a personal opinion on the Iraq War on television. But what about liberal reporters who do the same?
1/30/2007 10:41 AM ET
A hate-crime prosecutor in Long Beach wins a case, but his lead witness is shown as dubious in the Times. That's not quite how the paper characterized the bearer of false witness in the Duke ...