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Gas Prices Falling, but Where Are the Stories?

USA Today reports the decline, but networks are lagging behind.

Media Spread Suspicion of Gas 'Gouging'

Record gas prices prompt journalists' support for more price gouging investigations, vague legislation.

Defending "Useful Provocateur" Rosie O'Donnell's WTC 7 Conspiracy Theory

Jim Dwyer on O'Donnell's 9-11 Conspiracy Noodling: "...by any fair accounting, an often useful provocateur has left the building....she opened debates with others about terrorism, peace and ...

Poor Sen. Kyl "Vilified" by "Angry," "Ferocious" Right for Immigration Bill

But does only one side of the amnesty debate vilify its opponents? A signed editorial calls anti-amnesty conservatives "un-American" and "the loud and loony right."

Bush's Memorial Day Speech: At Least not as "Bellicose" as Cheney's

Stolberg faintly praised Bush for avoiding his "now-familiar refrain" on Iraq, but Cheney was "sharp and at times bellicose" in defense of the war.

The Times Marks Memorial Day In Its Own Slanted Way

For Memorial Day, the Times called pro-war soldiers "true believers," ignored soldiers' deaths in Afghanistan, and accused Bush once again of not attending soldiers' funerals.

The Revolving Rehab Door

The cult of celebrity. The politics of victimhood. Narcissism. All speak to a complete lack of personal responsibility. And all serve as great fodder for readers hungry to peek into the messed ...

Surprise Moral Lesson from Cannes: Film Festival Honors Virtue, Snubs Hollywood

Have American movies become too lewd even for France?