"Killer Vet" Story Worthy but Marred by Bad Numbers, Says Public Editor

Public Editor Clark Hoyt's take on the Times' inflammatory story on murderous veterans: A worthy idea marred by shoddy statistics and the eternal journalistic quest to uncover a trend.

Anger Continues Over the Times' Sleazy Story on Killer Veterans

Outrage over a sleazy Times story on U.S. veterans who come home and kill.

Others Pounce on the Times' Useless Smear of Vets as Criminals

Lack of context makes a story on murders committed by returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan both invidious and journalistically worthless.

Times Slimes U.S. Veterans with Dubious Crime Stats

The Times relies on dubious statistics about U.S. soldiers returning home and committing crimes to link the Vietnam War with Iraq.

Indictment of a Top Hillary Fundraiser - Hsu Cares?

Relegating the indictment of a top Hillary Clinton fundraiser to a brief story, without a byline and with a boring headline.

Another Illegal Immigrant Sob Story

Those lying Feds? "But, to the dismay of many of Greenport's 2,500 residents, the raid here did not match [Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer Julie Myers'] words."

Selena's Sickening Standards: Slime Innocent Duke Players, Weep for Guilty Vick

As columnist Selena Roberts moves to Sports Illustrated, her shoddy treatment of the Duke lacrosse players shouldn't be forgotten.

Post Sugarcoats Thuggery Against Philadelphia Boy Scouts

The Post's description is a classic example of moral equivalence, in which aggressor and victim are co-belligerents.

Problem: Finding a Death Penalty to Sate "Blood-Thirsty" Public

Elizabeth Weil finds Americans simplistic and vengeful when it comes to the death penalty.

An Unenforced Law Against Illegals Is Working "Too Well"

The Times claimed of a Riverside, N.J. law making it illegal to employ or rent to an illegal immigrant: "The law had worked. Perhaps, some said, too well." Too bad that law has never actually ...
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