11/24/2008 1:41 PM ET
Time Magazine journalist Mark Halperin ripped contrasting NYT profiles of Cindy McCain and Michelle Obama (both written by Jodi Kantor, pictured) as his prime examples of slanted campaign coverage.
10/28/2008 12:23 PM ET
Patrick Healy is quick to put Michelle Obama's "proud of America" gaffe in context and suggest it's a discredited charge. The Times didn't give Cindy McCain quite that kind of consideration.
10/20/2008 10:41 AM ET
Reporter Jodi Kantor aimed for a hit piece on Cindy McCain, but fawned over Michelle Obama.
8/26/2008 12:39 PM ET
The Times opens up the Democratic Convention and sees optimism for the party.
6/19/2008 3:30 PM ET
What? "...as the Equal Rights Amendment faded as a cause and conservatism made a comeback, Republican spouses became ever more careful to stay three steps behind their men and the times."
6/19/2008 12:00 PM ET
Dismissing Michelle Obama's "For the first time...I am really proud of my country" gaffe as a "rhetorical stumble," the Times' Michael Powell and Jodi Kantor (pictured) rally around its pick for ...
6/13/2008 11:09 AM ET
The Times implies it did - but the rumor entered the blogosphere on the website of a Hillary Clinton supporter.
2/20/2008 11:28 AM ET
The Times barely focused on Michelle Obama's statement showing a lack of pride in her country: "...for the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country."
2/19/2008 1:00 AM ET
News shows do cover Barack Obama's insignificant plagiarism spat with Hillary Clinton.