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NBC Frets: Nobel-Prize-Winning 'Rock Star' Obama Now 'Subject of Europe's Scorn'

Showing more concern for President Obama's popularity than the national security implications of the latest leaks in the NSA spying scandal, on Monday's NBC Today, chief foreign affairs ...
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NBC: 'Once Heralded as the Anti-George Bush,' Obama Receives 'Muted Reception' in Europe

On Monday's NBC Nightly News, reporting on President Obama's trip to Europe, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd fretted over the commander-in-chief's declining popularity overseas: ...

New York Times' War on 'Austerity...a Byword for Misery,' Moves Overseas

The European front of the New York Times' endless war on spending discipline made Saturday's front page: "Even [German Chancellor Angela] Merkel has tried of late to soften her image as the ...
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At the end of the tunnel

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Europe Sweeps

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Reich Spins French Socialist's Win on CBS: No 'Dramatic Effect' on Economy

Monday's CBS This Morning turned to former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich to brush off the effect of French socialist Francois Hollande's election on the world economy, despite the immediate ...
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CBS Rips GOP Candidates for Daring to Question European Socialism

CBS's Allen Pizzey completely whitewashed the struggling European economy on CBS Sunday Morning to bash the Republican presidential candidates' attack on President Obama's economic policies. ...

Aww: London Rioters, Hurt By Cuts in Social Spending, 'Lacked Hope'

Nicholas Kulish: "Economics have been one driving force, with growing income inequality, high unemployment and recession-driven cuts in social spending breeding widespread malaise. Alienation runs ...

Editorial: Pay Up Like Buffett Wants Or Watch Your Mercedes Burn

Over the sanctimonious headline "The Enlightened Want to Be Taxed," Times editors threaten: "But altruism does not fully explain why members of the global elite are suddenly keen to prevent the ...

CNBC's Caruso-Cabrera Blames Govt Spending for Europe's Economic Problems

Appearing on Monday's NBC Nightly News, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera blamed decades of overspending by European governments and borrowing to help provide promised benefits for the continent's ...
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