12/30/2009 11:35 AM ET
2009 began as a year of smiles at the Times, with rapture over the historic Obama administration. But the smile curdled into a defensive snarl during the long hot summer of angry, white, and ...
12/14/2009 10:36 AM ET
John McCain goes after Obama's policies, and reporter Adam Nagourney does not sound happy: "If Mr. McCain has had a history of being a happy warrior, that is not the phrase used by many of his ...
12/10/2009 12:32 PM ET
A poll that only made page 8 of the paper shows Obama's job approval has fallen by six points and his disapproval rate risen six points since September.
12/2/2009 2:15 PM ET
The Times never forgave the GOP for using murderer Willie Horton against Mass. Gov. Michael Dukakis. But with Republican Mike Huckabee facing a similar problem over a clemency that ended in ...
11/20/2009 11:27 AM ET
Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney saw reasons for GOP optimism at a governors' conference, but some copy editor and photo caption writers effectively buried that part of his story.
11/13/2009 11:53 AM ET
Read the latest edition of Times Watch Quotes of Note, including gems like this from Frank Rich: The same could be said of Beck, Palin and their acolytes. Though they constantly liken the ...
11/13/2009 11:44 AM ET
Plus: Obama's dithering is actually "leadership," and Frank Rich in modes both gruesome and pathetic.
11/9/2009 3:59 PM ET
In a podcast, chief political reporter Adam Nagourney throws Democrats under the bus, leaving Obama and his agenda blameless: "Is that really surprising, that they didn't show up to vote for ...
11/5/2009 12:12 PM ET
Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney continues to forward liberal conventional wisdom on the impact of the Republican victories of Election 2009.
11/4/2009 7:45 PM ET
The New York Times' Election Day 2009 coverage emphasized three liberal themes: The Republicans won by appearing moderate, the congressional race in upstate New York revealed deep divisions within ...