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That Lead Story on Declining Wages? Never Mind

Three days after coauthoring a lead story on the declining value of wages, David Leonhardt finds wages are actually growing this year.

Jumping on Old Left-Wing Allegations of "Voting Irregularities" in Ohio

The Times fails to disclose the far-left ideology of the conspiracy theorists who claim voting irregularities in the presidential vote count in Ohio last election.

72 Hours after Mourning Death of Wage Growth, Times Notes Wages Up with GDP Growth

New data show wage growth at 7 percent after inflation factored out.

Steven Erlanger: Israel Doesn't Care About Lebanese Civilians

The Jerusalem bureau chief's hostility toward Israel comes through at a conference in Jerusalem.

CNN's Velshi Returns to Slamming Insurance Companies

Business reporter leaves out any industry representation. After all, two days earlier he cited an industry spokesman.

Labor Day or Layoff Day?

ABC News leads the charge of bad news for workers, despite low unemployment and industries clamoring for more help.

Plame-Gate Bombs Out, But the Times Barely Notices

"Not with a bang..." So much for the Valerie Plame controversy.

Today's Big News: Percentage of Women Among Supreme Court Law Clerks

Stop the presses! Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse gets front-page play for breaking news: "Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices' Clerks."

A Liberal Look at Census Income Numbers

Rick Lyman sees "growing evidence of a deepening divide between rich and poor." But economic disparity was higher in 1999, during the Clinton administration.