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Days Before Halloween, NBC Treats Real Estate Like Dawn of the Dead

Reporter Carl Quintanilla followed NY Times lead in slamming housing market in a story on Home Depot's changing approach to retail.

Iraq: Bush's Vietnam?

Reporter John Broder resurrects a liberal (and NYT) talking point: "The moment is reminiscent of early 1968, when President Lyndon B. Johnson convened a panel of wise men to advise him on the ...

New Jersey's "Bold and Sweeping" Gay Marriage Decision

Compared to New York State's anti-gay marriage decision this summer, which a Times' news story called "a shocking insult to gay rights groups."

Anti-Harold Ford Jr. "Ad Seen as Playing to Racial Fears"

The Times fronts the controversy over a supposedly racist campaign ad mocking Rep. Harold Ford Jr. for attending a party for Playboy magazine.

CNN's War on the Economy

Leading up to election, network repeatedly tells viewers middle class slipping away, American dream 'impossible.'

Former NYT Editor Hedges Thinks Jews Making Too Much of Holocaust

"...the real lesson of the Holocaust...is that the line between the victim and the victimizer is razor-thin."

NBC's 'Today' Raises 'Vast Right Wing Conspiracy' On Gas Prices

Reporter Quintanilla debunks substance of claim but insists the blog-fueled plot has oil industry, conservatives on defensive.

Stanley's Strange Take on Michael J. Fox's Misleading Campaign Ads

Huh? "If Mr. Fox did forgo medication for the advertisement as Mr. Limbaugh suggested, it could hardly be considered fraudulent: if anything, masking the extent of the disease's ravages is the ...