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Chevron Attacker Still the Hero in Rolling Stone Hit Job

Liberal ‘journalist’ glosses over ghostwritten scientific reports, court rulings, RICO case and bribery to blast oil company.
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MRC Exempt From ObamaCare Mandate

Today, the Media Research Center (MRC) announced that it entered into an Agreed Order of Dismissal with the government ending its lawsuit to block enforcement of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) ...
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Lean, Finely-Textured Beef Making a Comeback In Spite of Media Attacks

Rising food prices have driven up demand for the meat media denigrated as ‘pink slime.’
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Only CBS Covers Latest on Boehner Lawsuit Against Obama, Labels it 'Very Unusual'

On Friday, only CBS This Morning covered the latest developments on House Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit against President Obama over a 2013 executive order delaying the ObamaCare employer ...
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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.
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Update: Pink Slime Case Sent to State Court

ABC News’ request for a dismissal denied by South Dakota federal judge.
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Politico Back to Sliming Lean Finely Textured Beef

As beef returns to some schools Politico attacks the product ABC damaged in 2012.
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‘Rock Center’ Blames America, and Texaco in Anti-Oil Tirade

Ecuadorian villagers are upset and ready to fight to protect their rainforest homeland, from the government of Ecuador which has “launched a new oil boom,” according to NBC’s Ann Curry. But Curry ...
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Broadcasts Ignore ‘Bizarre twist’ of Chevron Ecuador Lawsuit

Several years ago, CBS’s “60 Minutes,” CNN and The New York Times tarred Chevron with biased reporting about a lawsuit between the oil company and an “eco-radical” group called Amazon Defense ...
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Famous Journalist Brill’s Beef with ABC

Steven Brill finds 13 counts of defamation in BPI’s lawsuit against ABC ‘compellingly persuasive.’
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