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LA Times Backs Away from Bias – But Not All the Way

A story on the House ethics bill paints Capitol Hill corruption as an exclusively Republican problem. The next day's revised version injects a little balance, but not enough.

A Radical Silence

Nets either ignore far left professor's dismissal, or mischaracterize him as a martyr.

Behind Closed Doors

Sometimes it's good when the news makes you squirm.

Times Celebrates: A Vietnam Protest Lives Again as Art

The Times helps repurpose anti-Vietnam War agitprop for Iraq in "Giving New Life To Protests Of Yore."

Can't Win or Lose with Lower Gas Prices on CBS

'Evening News' greets lower gasoline prices with skepticism

Abuses of Eminent Domain? The Times' Glass House (Headquarters)

In a story on local governments' abuse of eminent domain, the Times neglects to mention the NYT Co.'s own apparent abuse - its new Times Square headquarters.

More Than You Ever Wanted to Know

Non-journalism junkies need not apply.

Schumer Vows to Block Bush Supreme Court Nominees

Media grant a silent pass, even though the New York senator would reject candidates solely because of judicial philosophy, a radical departure from Senate tradition.