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Study: Hillary Gets the Most Press; Bernie and Biden Get the Best Press

According to the latest statistics from the Media Research Center’s ongoing tracking of ABC, CBS and NBC’s evening news coverage of the campaign, frontrunner Hillary Clinton has garnered 80 ...
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NBC Asks Tough Questions About Hillary; Rooting for 'Remarkable' Bernie

After a summer of Hillary Clinton scandals, NBC's Savannah Guthrie grills Chelsea: "What's she like as a grandmother?...Paint us a picture of Hillary Clinton at home, talking baby talk." ...
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Where Socialist Bernie Sanders Is Winning: The ABC, CBS and NBC Sunday Show Primary

On Sunday, Hillary Clinton will make her first appearance on the Sunday morning political shows as a 2016 presidential candidate when she sits down with CBS’s John Dickerson on Face the Nation. ...
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How the Media Rich Get Richer: TV News Obsesses Over Trump, Ignores Other Candidates

An MRC analysis of the ABC, CBS and NBC evening news broadcasts during the two weeks prior to the August 6 debate (including weekends) found Trump accounted for 55% of all GOP candidate ...
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Flashback: 15 Times the Media Politicized Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago this week, Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and it wasn’t long after the devastation that liberal reporters, hosts and columnists politicized the tragedy - from the left. ...
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TV's Campaign '16 News: An Avalanche of Trump Coverage, Not Much for Others

There are currently 17 declared candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, but viewers of the three broadcast evening news shows this year have mainly heard about just two of ...
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Trump’s Rise = Another Reason to Deplore Conservatives; Republicans More Vile than Democrats

Liberal journalists use Donald Trump's rise to GOP frontrunner as another reason to bash conservatives, with NBC's Chuck Todd suggesting this is a "reap-what-you-sow" moment for Republicans, while ...
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