Bias by Omission
4/5/2013 11:55 AM ET
President Obama causes ruffles on a fundraising jaunt in San Francisco when he said that
state Attorney General Kamala Harris was "by far the best-looking
attorney general in the country." The ...
3/20/2013 12:41 PM ET
The New York Times reported on the tragic death of seven
Marines on a training exercise in Nevada. But reporters Eric Schmitt and Timothy Williams selectively quoted Democratic Majority leader ...
3/18/2013 1:02 PM ET
The New York Times story on the Pentagon's responding to North Korea's latest belligerence by deploying additional ballistic missile interceptors along the Pacific coast led Saturday's paper. But ...
3/7/2013 4:20 PM ET
Propaganda for the late
left-wing strongman of Venezuela Hugo Chavez keeps popping up in strange places in the New York Times. Reporter Frances Robles took a trip down leftist memory lane with ...
3/7/2013 2:50 PM ET
Republican Sen. Rand Paul's filibuster on Attorney General Eric
Holder's refusal to rule out drone strikes against U.S. citizens was absent
from the front page of the New York Times. The ...
3/4/2013 8:01 PM ET
CNN's Dana Bash fact-checked President Obama's falsehood about the
sequester on Friday, but the major networks didn't exactly follow CNN's
lead in reporting his blatant distortion. In his ...
3/4/2013 3:40 PM ET
New York Times military reporter James Dao filed from Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan on the Marine Corps leaving the country, "As Marines Exit Afghan Province, a Feeling That a Campaign Was Worth ...
2/28/2013 4:42 PM ET
New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel saw a controversial
candidate on one side of the Virginia governor's race, perhaps the
biggest political race this year – Republican Kenneth Cuccinelli, ...
2/21/2013 12:12 PM ET
All too often when reporters are discussing Democrats caught in
scandals, they develop a peculiar speech impediment that prevents them
from uttering the "D" word. However, when members of the ...
2/18/2013 2:37 PM ET
CNN media critic Howard Kurtz ripped the press infatuation with Sen.
Marco Rubio's water sip as "profoundly depressing," but on Sunday's Reliable Sources he wouldn't call out his own network's ...