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17 News Companies Support FOIA Lawsuit Against Michael Mann

AP, Reuters, Washington Post and others become unlikely allies in lawsuit over access to climate scientist’s emails.

Soros-Funded Group Behind Course for Journalists That Downplays 'Jihad'

Program launched to teach press about Muslim sensitivities blames 'right-wing activists.'

Obama the Tax Cutter: A Network Fairy Tale

Despite Obama's tax hikes and campaign against 'tax cuts' for the wealthy, broadcast evening news shows portray president as taxcutters' champion.

On Networks, 'Controversial' Law Means Conservative Law

ABC, CBS, NBC label conservative laws controversial 30 times more than liberal laws; Arizona immigration policy most-criticized in five years

CNBC's Nesto Accuses Obama of Creating 'His Own Sense of a Legal System'

Reporter insists legal framework already in place to resolve oil spill claims, asks why White House has 'a gun to the head' of BP.

The Great Newspaper Bailout

Liberals, politicians, journalists want Uncle Sam to save news with your tax dollars

CNN Analyst: Legalized Prostitution Could Help Economy

Sunny Hostin says lawful prostitution more beneficial to San Francisco than decriminalization.

John McCain, Disqualified at Birth, Part II

The Times runs yet another flaky story questioning the presidential eligibility of John McCain.

CNBC's Burnett: 'Ethanol Mafia is a Powerful Thing'

'Street Signs' host Burnett and 'Mad Money' host Cramer note corn lobby influence on Obama could keep gas prices high.
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