8/26/2011 3:13 PM ET
New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller thinks the Times eventually did a good job covering Obama's Rev. Wright problem: "Yes, Dems should be asked about their faith (and influences) too. We ...
11/3/2008 3:23 PM ET
Lame excuse for Obama from Michael Falcone: "After Sept. 11, 2001, [Rev. Jeremiah] Wright delivered a sermon suggesting that the terrorist attacks were a consequence of American foreign policy. ...
10/27/2008 1:45 PM ET
Religion reporter Laurie Goodstein forwarded a story on Palin's religion that's been circulating on left-wing blogs and cites a website that ran an article calling the governor's beliefs ...
10/13/2008 1:59 PM ET
The short version of Patrick Healy's piece: Every criticism a Republican makes against Obama, from saying he's "not one of us" to his relationship to Bill Ayers, is racially questionable.
9/9/2008 2:13 PM ET
Times reporter Andy Newman calmly passed along that Obama's preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright was taking instructions from Jesus himself.
6/2/2008 11:46 AM ET
What more can the poor man do? "Now that Mr. Obama has addressed his ties to the church and pastor in a long speech and fully broken with both, it is not clear what else he can say or do to ...
5/6/2008 1:13 PM ET
But a new USA Today/Gallup poll found the opposite to be true: "One-third of likely voters say Obama's ties to Wright make them less likely to vote for him."
5/1/2008 12:31 PM ET
Michael Powell and Jodi Kantor: "Mr. Obama gave his speech on race in Philadelphia, a long, pained, nuanced take that purchased distance between himself and his mentor, even as he struggled to ...
4/30/2008 1:31 PM ET
But the lead editorial tries to lump in Jeremiah Wright with a McCain supporter, controversial minister John Hagee.
4/29/2008 2:28 PM ET
The Times' front-page story found Wright a little daffy but essentially harmless: "...a rich, stem-winding brew of black history, Scripture, hallelujahs and hermeneutics."