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'New Yorker' Editor: U.S. Lacks 'Historical Leverage' Against Russia Because it Has Invaded Other Countries Too

Appearing on NBC's Today on Monday, New Yorker magazine editor and former Washington Post Moscow correspondent David Remnick fretted that the United States lacked the moral authority to ...
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FX’s The Americans Returns Tonight; Last Season: Reagan ‘Chicken Hawks,’ SDI a ‘Fantasy’ of Deluded Reagan

Season 2 debuts tonight of The Americans, the FX drama centered around husband and wife KGB undercover agents (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell as “Philip and Elizabeth Jennings”) who live with ...
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NBC's Brokaw: U.S. Anti-Communism Efforts During Cold War A 'National Obsession'

During NBC's Saturday coverage of the Winter Olympics, former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw spun the United States' worldwide campaign against communism during the Cold War: "In Korea, ...
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NBC: Moscow's Subway System Is Stalin's 'Palace for the People'

In a report aired on Monday's NBC Today from the Sochi Olympic games, correspondent Stephanie Gosk toured the Russian capital: "Moscow evokes powerful images. The Kremlin, Soviet leaders, the ...
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CBS ‘This Morning’ Challenges Sochi Climate Change Hysteria

Olympians and warming alarmists cite Sochi's warm weather as evidence, ignore subtropical location.
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NBC Glorifies Russia's Soviet Past as 'One of Modern History's Pivotal Experiments'

NBC whitewashed Russia's communist legacy in the lead segment of its Friday broadcast of the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage narrated the ...
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Networks Skirt Tying Russian Bombings to Islam

ABC, NBC, and CBS never mention ‘Islamic terrorists.’
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NBC's Lauer Urges U.S. Olympic Athlete to Stage Gay Protest During Sochi Games

While interviewing openly gay U.S. women's hockey team player Caitlin Cahow on Thursday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer hoped for controversy during the games over Russia's "anti-gay laws": ...
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Networks Give a Scant 65 Seconds to John McCain's 'Blistering' Russian Attack, Skimp on Quotes

The three networks on Thursday morning allowed a scant 65 seconds to Senator John McCain's "blistering" op-ed published in the communist newspaper Pravda, featuring a call for freedom and ...
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ABC: 'Potentially Groundbreaking' Syria Deal' 'Taking Heat' from 'President's Critics'

According to the reporters on Monday's Good Morning America, Barack Obama's "potentially groundbreaking" plan for Syria faces "heat" from critics who think it's a "bad deal." In a shift from last ...
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