7/23/2008 10:56 AM ET
The left-leaning Columbia Journalism Review concluded that the Times' "tenuous arguments about newsworthiness" served "only to feed the paper's reputation as a vehicle for thinly veiled liberal bias."
7/23/2008 9:09 AM ET
Bias tilting point? Times writer John Harwood admitted he was "surprised" his paper didn't accept John McCain's pro-surge op-ed after it ran a pro-withdrawal one from Obama.
7/22/2008 3:52 PM ET
This time, Rohter defends Obama against a McCain ad that blames him for rising gas prices: "'Pump' is misleading on nearly every substantive point."
7/22/2008 1:00 AM ET
Articles emphasize Cindy McCain's drug addiction rather than her accomplishments, describe grandfather as a gambler and bootlegger.
7/21/2008 3:52 PM ET
The Times isn't about to give John McCain a break, setting stringent standards before it will take a pro-surge op-ed from him, even though it printed Obama's pro-withdrawal op-ed last week.
7/15/2008 3:18 PM ET
Jim Rutenberg: "'If the dialogue becomes too elevated, I'll have to retire,' said Brooks Jackson, the FactCheck.org director. 'So far, no danger there.' The group has had a particularly busy ...
7/11/2008 1:23 PM ET
In Cooper's telling, McCain is always "trying" but never succeeding.
7/11/2008 11:55 AM ET
The Times runs yet another flaky story questioning the presidential eligibility of John McCain.
7/11/2008 11:39 AM ET
Rushing to Obama's aid: A comment from a "conservative" group "not only misrepresents what Mr. Obama said, it also ignores the views he has expressed in the past on the proper role of English and ...
7/10/2008 2:26 PM ET
Twelve-hundred words in the Times on Obama's expanding horizons: "The presidential campaign has not only given the country a chance to meet Mr. Obama. It has also given Mr. Obama a chance to meet ...