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Times Arrives Late to Good News on Plunging Violence in Iraq

All the other major newspapers either relayed the good news first or gave it more prominent play.

Enola Gay Commander Dies - Times Cited Anti-War "Controversy"

The commander of the Enola Gay died, and the obituary writer for Paul Tibbets couldn't resist injecting historical revisionism, including criticism from a Communist newspaper in India.

Blasphemy as 'Satire'

Sarah Silverman portrays God as an arrogant, pot-smoking, foul-mouthed boyfriend she can't wait to dump.

Institutionalizing Journalistic Bias

The reporter's 'bible' decrees the use of terms that favor abortion.

Shameless in Massachusetts

Reporter, paper stick with story about an assault that wasn't, even after the account was proven wrong in court.

Networks Fuel Cancer Fright with Food Terror

CNN and CBS scare with 'frightening' results of study finding processed meat to cause cancer.

GDP Growth Missed by CBS, Downplayed by NBC

Federal Reserve rate cut shines spotlight on the economy, but only ABC 'World News' finds a ray of light.

The Religious Right Is Dead Again

David Kirkpatrick explains it all in an 8,000 word cover story for the magazine.

Meeting Anita Hill in the Sports Section

Only liberals find sexual harassment lawsuits inspiring: "Browne Sanders inspires many by winning a lawsuit."

A Reporter's Plea: "Did They Know How Hard We Worked to Report the News Fairly?"

Michael Luo pleaded with conservative Christians: "I would try various tacks to defuse their hostility. Did they know there was a difference between the editorial and news pages? What about the ...