11/7/2006 1:40 PM ET
After writing off GOP prospects on Sunday, Nagourney writes on Election Day morning: "[Democratic] expectations may well be overheated."
11/7/2006 11:50 AM ET
"For us, the breaking point came over the Republicans' attempt to undermine the fundamental checks and balances that have safeguarded American democracy since its inception."
11/7/2006 11:38 AM ET
"If the balance of political power in Washington changes on Tuesday, will President Bush change with it?" The Times fears not.
11/6/2006 3:54 PM ET
What a difference a couple of favorable Republican polls make in the Times' coverage
11/6/2006 3:18 PM ET
Just like in 2004, the Times finds loads of conservatives to label, but very few liberals around.
11/6/2006 2:48 PM ET
An anti-war hero to liberals is "conservative" in the Times' eyes.
11/6/2006 2:34 PM ET
"And if you think the timing of the Saddam verdict was coincidental, I've got a terrorist plot against the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you."
11/6/2006 2:17 PM ET
Networks gave negative news full attention in previous election cycles.
11/6/2006 1:51 PM ET
But reporter Tom Costello left out how studies show seat belts do more harm than good.