10/18/2012 8:22 AM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer played the part of
Obama campaign stooge when he promoted the President deflecting Libya
criticism by slamming Mitt Romney: "...[He] firmly and ...
10/18/2012 6:58 AM ET
On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, correspondent Jan Crawford devoted a
full story to President Obama's deceptive claim that he called the
Benghazi attack an "act of terror" early on, as she ...
10/17/2012 4:47 PM ET
While CBS This Morning hosts served Vice President Joe Biden
softball questions on mostly horserace issues and debate optics, they
challenged Paul Ryan to defend his voting record. "Does ...
10/17/2012 1:34 PM ET
Great minds think alike. New York Times reporter Michael Shear: "Mr. Obama had the look of a man who was watching his rival walk right into a trap." Reporter Helene Cooper, 40 minutes later: "Mr. ...
10/17/2012 12:19 PM ET
Times reporter Michael Barbaro: "Let be go back to something Jackie said, you know, when Mitt
Romney announced on national television in a debate that President Obama
didn't say the word ...
10/17/2012 11:38 AM ET
The liberal tilt of questions selected by CNN’s Candy Crowley was so obvious, even the gang on NBC’s Today — hardly a conservative bastion — thought it remarkable. Correspondent Chuck Todd opined ...
10/16/2012 12:02 PM ET
All three morning shows on Tuesday highlighted Hillary Clinton "falling
on her sword" and "taking blame" for the growing scandal over Libya. But
NBC and ABC avoided specifics. On Good Morning ...
10/15/2012 5:11 PM ET
When a news anchor's Obama-friendly question is slapped down by even a
liberal columnist, it's noteworthy. CNN's Carol Costello wondered if Libya
should even be a campaign issue, but both her ...
10/14/2012 2:45 PM ET
With New York Times political reporter Jeff Zeleny sitting next to her on the Fox News Sunday set, radio host Laura Ingraham demanded: “I would hope that the New York Times,
as they camped ...
10/12/2012 5:04 PM ET
The New York Times put a platoon of at least 15 reporters on
the fact-check beat for Thursday night's vice-presidential debate, and
they predictably found that Paul Ryan had been "misleading" ...