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Big Three Networks Devote a Scant 36 Seconds to Obama's 'Lazy' Gaffe

According to Politico, Barack Obama's "lazy" gaffe is "catching fire," but you wouldn't know that if you got your news from the major networks. The President's remark, made at the Asia-Pacific ...

Networks Jokingly Highlight 'Unhate' Campaign Featuring Pope in Gay Kiss

The network morning shows on Thursday took a mostly light-hearted look at clothing company Benetton's ad campaign featuring the Pope kissing a Muslim cleric. The ads, which have now been pulled ...

Times Avoids Word 'Obama,' Buries Story on Plea to Delay Solyndra Layoff News

The Times buried revelations that the Obama administration asked Solyndra to delay announcing it would lay off workers until after the 2010 midterm elections, not even mentioning the word "Obama." ...

Obama's '57 States' Gaffe Finally Makes the Times News Pages

A day after Times Watch noted its omission, Obama's "57 states" flub finally appears in a Times news story: "And Democrats have made plenty of gaffes in the past, including President Obama, who ...

NBC Hypes Cain's Pause on Libya as 'Disqualifying Moment,' Dismisses Obama's 'Lazy' Remark

On Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry asked chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd about Herman Cain's long pause when answering a question about Libya: "How much do you think this new ...

Flashback: CNN's Lothian Also Tossed Obama a Softball at Presser Last Year

CNN's White House correspondent Dan Lothian made headlines with his ridiculous softball question to President Obama on Sunday. However, as NewsBusters has documented, Lothian has posed such a soft ...

Obama's Supposedly 'Famous' '57 States' Gaffe Went Virtually Unmentioned in the Times

Michael Shear said: "President Obama had that famous thing where he once said I think there were 57 states." But the Times barely mentioned Obama's "famous" flub. Meanwhile, Gov. Rick Perry's ...

Keller Sees Path to Victory for Mitt 'Let Them Eat Cake' Romney, the 'Sane' Republican

In his latest column, former executive editor Bill Keller picks out the "sane" GOP candidate, Mitt "Let them eat cake" Romney, and predicts "Newt Gingrich will pass like a tantrum."

CNN Hypes Musician Playing 'Occupy' Song at Obama Dinner

Multiple times on Tuesday, CNN touted a musician who quietly played a song about Occupy Wall Street at an APEC dinner attended by President Obama and other world leaders.

NBC's Gregory Claims Bachmann's Support of Waterboarding Goes Against 'Most Generals'

On Sunday's Meet the Press, host David Gregory grilled Michele Bachmann about her advocating the reinstatement of waterboarding terror suspects: "...you understand that puts you at odds with most ...
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