8/19/2011 2:15 PM ET
Prompted by Newsweek's Michele Bachmann cover picture choice, USA Today founder Al Neuharth, a pretty consistent liberal, recognized the magazine's political agenda: "Under Tina Brown, it is an ...
8/2/2011 11:54 PM ET
Remarkable uniformity amongst some major national newspapers on Tuesday as they simultaneously worried about how the supposed spending "cuts" in the debt-ceiling deal will harm the economy.
As USA ...
2/21/2011 10:11 AM ET
Vol. 24, No. 4
2/13/2011 10:12 AM ET
Friday's USA Today featured an op-ed, "Centrist Obama mustn't sacrifice too much," from Rich Benjamin, a Senior Fellow at something called "Demos," who admitted he remains "besotted by President ...
11/11/2010 10:11 AM ET
In his weekly "The Final Word" column for USA Today, "Out of the closet...well, almost," features reporter Craig Wilson recalled in Wednesday's newspaper: "I once knew a gay youth who was bullied. ...
10/6/2010 1:01 PM ET
A headline in USA Today on Monday worried, "Elections are likely to trim number of women in Congress." It wasn't until the 15th paragraph of Susan Page's story that the numerous female Republican ...
9/28/2010 1:00 AM ET
At 10-year anniversary, 'little white bombshell' hasn't lived up to the hype.
8/25/2010 1:00 AM ET
Paper published nearly 2,000 words on gay roles and actors 'capturing the imaginations of Americans,' manages only 132 for detractors.
8/16/2010 4:59 PM ET
In a Monday USA Today editorial, the "nation's newspaper" declared: "The argument over building a mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero is mostly a sorry exercise in political exploitation" ...