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By Abusing the Legal System, Judge 'Pants Suit' Weakens Public Trust in the Law

Plaintiff cries on the stand, and the media seem more sympathetic to him than the defendants whose lives, business and savings he has ravaged.

Hillary vs. Hollywood

Hollywood's muck-makers are advised to see the writing on the wall. When Hillary Clinton is scolding you in the headlines, maybe it's time to shape up.

Journalism Magazine Compares Murdoch to a 'Scorpion'

Columbia Journalism Review doesn't believe News Corp.'s Murdoch would maintain the 'credibility' of Wall Street Journal.

Still No Liberals in the Immigration Debate

Sen. Ted Kennedy, just a "Democratic architect" of the liberal immigration bill.

Left-wing group turns cereal killer, tries to whack Snap, Crackle, Pop and Toucan Sam

CBS says it's 'a great idea' that Kellogg's reaches agreement with advocacy groups to end some cereals toward children.

Cheap Shot Alert on Earmarks

David Kirkpatrick zings the GOP in his lead sentence.

NBC to Expand from News to Education

The network wants to increase its future audience while simultaneously educating high school students -- but what do they intend to teach?

Finally: "Civil War" Among Palestinians As Well As in Iraq

After a month of the euphemistic phrase "factional fighting," the Times finally suggests "civil war" may be taking place in the Gaza Strip.