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Abstinence Gets Fair Treatment from Today Show

NBC's Meredith Vieira is skeptical, but at least she isn't hostile.

Newsweek Writer Enjoys Atheist Denouncing the Conservative 'Nitwit'

At this point a critic must ask: as much as he enjoyed the denunciation of Donohue, did Gordon check out Pullman's assertion of having no greater agenda than telling a rip-roaring tale? Even ...

More Middle East Moral Equivalency from the NYT

The Times reverts to old habits as another round of peace talks get under way, blaming Israel for recalcitrance and glossing over Palestinian terrorism.

Busted: Krugman vs. Krugman on Social Security

Is Social Security in trouble or not? For alleged economist Paul Krugman, it depends on whether a Democrat or Republican is saying it. A liberal columnist for the Washington Post zaps him with his ...

'Hannah Montana Scandal': CBS Whines about Ticket Cost

Reporter claims she can't take kids to show because of price, so regulation must be the answer.

Rather Blasts 'Huge Corporations' that Intrude into Newsrooms

Former 'CBS Evening News' anchor blames corporations, Internet and 9/11 for changes in media climate.

ABC's Sawyer: Huckabee's 'Heavy Handed' Ad Plays 'Religion Card'

Did Huckabee 'cross the line' with an ad calling himself a 'Christian Leader?'

After-Thanksgiving Weekend Sales Stronger Than Predicted

Retail sales show big gains, although several media outlets warned of the worst.

Titanic Bias? Times Implies U.S. Economy Is Sinking Into Recession

As the 2008 election approaches, the Times uses the image of a sinking red "RECE$$ION" to communicate a fear that is so far only a phantom menace.

On Iraq, Times Catches Democrats Changing the Subject

As success on the ground in Iraq becomes undeniable, reporter Patrick Healy sees a "tonal shift" among Democrats.