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Chuck Todd: Third Party Candidates Give Voters Excuse to ‘Vote None of the Above’ On Tuesday

On Friday, Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd insisted that Tuesday’s midterm election seemed like a ‘hold-your-nose’ election and on Sunday’s Today, the NBC News Political Director threw ...
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NBC Hails Obama for ‘Hitting Back’ in ‘Fight Over Quarantines' for Returning Ebola Aid Workers

NBC Nightly News showered praise on President Obama regarding his Ebola response on Tuesday night, declaring that Obama was “hitting back” and “[came] out swinging in this fight over quarantines” ...
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Only NBC Notes How 'Israeli Media Rip' John Kerry for Pushing Hamas Cease-Fire Terms

On Tuesday, only NBC's Today covered Israel's heavy criticism of the Obama administration's effort to pushed a Hamas-backed cease-fire plan in Gaza. At the top of the broadcast, co-host Savannah ...
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NBC Reports ObamaCare May Force People to Change Doctors, Skips President's Promise to the Contrary

Leading off Saturday's NBC Nightly News, fill-in anchor Kate Snow declared: "Healthy choices? Big challenges ahead for when the new health care law takes effect. Will you have to change your ...
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NBC's Mormon Hit Piece: 'A Church Still Dealing With the Issue of Polygamy...Inequality'

Opening an hour-long special on the Mormon Church for Thursday's NBC Rock Center, anchor Brian Williams proclaimed to viewers: "Most Americans say they know next to nothing about the Mormon ...
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NBC Cheers Liberal Ithaca Mayor as the Next Obama

Touting the newly-elected mayor of Ithaca, New York, 24-year old Democrat Svante Myrick, on Wednesday's NBC Rock Center, host Brian Williams drew parallels to Barack Obama: "He grew up a ...

ABC Attacks Bush for Threat To 'Cut' Children's Health Insurance

'World News' misrepresents president's promised veto as a funding cut, ignoring $5 billion expansion.
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