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Irony: ABC, NBC Tout Michelle Obama’s Internet Freedom Speech In China, Ignore Press Shutout

First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to students at Peking University in China over the weekend and spoke of the need for China to limit its censorship of information and controlling access to the ...
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Networks Won't Call Convicted Ex-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin a Democrat

None of the network evening newscasts identified ex-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin as a Democrat when reporting on his conviction of 20 counts of corruption on Wednesday. The ABC World News ...
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ABC’s David Muir Hypes David Petraeus Endorsement of Hillary Clinton, Omits Benghazi

A new biography on Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State is set to hit bookshelves later this month, and the folks at ABC News have already jumped on a new endorsement for Ms. Clinton ...
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ABC Reports Al Qaeda's Resurgence In Iraq; Ignores Obama's Brag They Were on 'Path to Defeat'

In an exclusive report Thursday on al Qaeda's resurgence in Iraq, ABC's Martha Raddatz ignored President Obama's boast in 2012 that "al Qaeda is on the path to defeat." Raddatz's story aired ...
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NBC Keeps Hammering Christie Scandal But Ignores Senate Spending Bill

NBC continued hitting the Christie scandal on Thursday evening while the CBS and ABC evening newscasts have not reported it since Tuesday. "In New Jersey, there's late word tonight of a widening ...
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Update: Pink Slime Case Sent to State Court

ABC News’ request for a dismissal denied by South Dakota federal judge.
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ABC’s World News Highlights Walters Wondering How Obamas Get It On: ‘How Do You Keep the Fire Going?’

ABC News had to wait two weeks to get on air Barbara Walters’ interview with the Obamas -- and then the network’s evening newscast decided to focus on her asking Barack and Michelle Obama ...

Bottled Water Bash: Networks Continue Assault

ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN attack Pepsico for allegedly deceiving the public.

Cereal Murders Not Enough for ABC, CBS

Networks line up pro-regulation 'experts' who insist more needs to be done to end obesity 'epidemic.'

'World News' Hits the (Water) Bottle Again

For the second night, ABC targets the bottled water industry's impact on the environment.
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