6/14/2014 2:38 PM ET
Discussing House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s surprising primary loss, on Friday’s Washington Week on PBS, John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent for CNBC, a regular on NBC and MSNBC, and a ...
5/19/2014 3:54 PM ET
While most in the media business continue to deny the problem of liberal bias, a number of journalists have admitted that the majority of their brethren approach the news from a liberal angle.
1/10/2014 4:55 PM ET
On Friday, CNBC correspondent John Harwood tweeted that Chris
Christie’s traffic scandal was “durably damaging” because it was a
“direct govt-on-citizen crime - not indirect like graft, not ...
10/9/2013 9:00 AM ET
The liberal media have taken sides in the government shutdown debate and not surprisingly holds only one party to blame - the GOP. In the last week liberal anchors, reporters and writers ...
10/3/2013 2:35 PM ET
Treasury claims possible debt standoff would be ‘worse’ than 2008; CNBC says fear is White House ‘aim.’
10/2/2013 6:12 PM ET
In an exclusive interview with President Obama on Wednesday, CNBC chief
Washington correspondent John Harwood lobbed this softball on the
political fallout of the government shutdown: "Before ...
4/30/2013 2:07 PM ET
The New York Times has long excused the continuing unpopularity
of Obamacare by arguing that people just don't understand it or that
it's been unfairly caricatured by political opponents. Even ...
12/17/2012 3:50 PM ET
A front-page story declares Obama has a "mandate" to raise taxes, while John Harwood ponders why stubborn House Republicans can't be more responsible and agree to raise taxes on the so-called ...
11/20/2012 12:08 PM ET
Appearing on Saturday's NBC Today, CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood completely dismissed the scandal surrounding the Benghazi terrorist attack as merely leftover campaign politics: ...
10/3/2012 1:19 PM ET
Defending Obama in a pre-debate pre-fact-check:"Nonpartisan analysts agree that Mr. Obama inherited a bad hand:
the 2009 deficit was a projected $1.2 trillion when he took office
because of ...