2/26/2007 2:54 PM ET
The Times' reporter on the Muslim-American beat, Neil MacFarquhar, waits until the 30th paragraph to issue a brief sentence on Farrakhan's "speeches that were deemed racist."
1/30/2007 1:09 PM ET
Brit Hume led off his "Political Grapevine" by noting a Times Watch discovery: Two Times reporters who have appeared on Charlie Rose relayed personal opinions on the broadcast - but only the one ...
1/30/2007 10:43 AM ET
The Times' military correspondent got in hot water for advancing a personal opinion on the Iraq War on television. But what about liberal reporters who do the same?
12/7/2006 1:53 PM ET
"Yet that fictional moment is an all-too-possible occurrence, as witnessed when six imams were hauled off a US Airways plane in Minnesota in November after apparently spooking at least one fellow ...
11/11/2006 5:25 PM ET
MacFarquhar dismisses Keith Ellison's past ties to the Nation of Islam and the anti-Semite Lewis Farrakhan, says Ellison is being "attacked on religious grounds."
9/8/2006 1:30 PM ET
The Times gets its priorities straight, leading off a set of features on 9-11 with a story on a Muslim woman's struggle with her headscarf, under the subhead "Religious Bias.
8/18/2006 1:21 PM ET
Plus, a "varied group" of Muslim anti-war activists, Israel's "ferocious" attacks on Hezbollah, and Fidel Castro, the prisoner
8/10/2006 4:27 PM ET
Neil MacFarquhar's profile of Hezbollah's terrorist leader Sheikh Nasrallah included this description: "He always calls Israel 'the Zionist entity,' maintaining that all Jewish immigrants should ...
8/7/2006 2:29 PM ET
"The success or failure of any cease-fire in Lebanon will largely hinge on the opinion of one figure: Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of Hezbollah, who has seen his own aura and that ...