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Biased Journalists' Views on Global Warming Unmasked at Conference

ABC's Blakemore attacks companies by name; WSJ's Fialka says science is 'third-grade stuff.'

Protestors Wrong on Vietnam Then and on Iraq Now, Group Says

When thousands of people gather in Washington, D.C., on Saturday to protest the war in Iraq, a group of Vietnam veterans hopes to take advantage of what it sees as an unprecedented opportunity to ...

Nightline on Bush in Guatemala: 'Some Say He's Angered the Gods'

On Monday's Nightline, the ABC program continued the media's fascination with the Mayan "spiritual leaders" who protested this week's visit to Guatemala by President Bush.

PBS Alum Robert MacNeil Slams 'Fundamentalism' in Kennedy Center Speech

Smearing religious conservatives is not enough for the Washington Post; MacNeil should have attacked America as well.

The Inconvenient Times

A surprise for New York Times subscribers: a report that perhaps the "central points" of Al Gore's movie are "exaggerated and erroneous."

Allowing The Tiniest, Briefest Life to Unfold

On the front page, Neela Banerjee found a touching, little-reported trend: "perinatal hospices" for babies not expected to live.

CNN Blames Lenders For 'Credit Crisis'

'In the Money' provides uncritical platform for documentary director to bash the credit industry.

Spring has Sprung: Media Begin Gas Price Complaints

ABC, NBC and CNN prime the pump with price predictions and talk of 'profiteering.'

Newsweek Demonizes Dr. Dobson

Evangelical leader's calm, reasoned letter described as "irate."

No Exxon Deed Goes Unpunished

San Jose paper runs accusations of 'greenwashing' in Exxon-Stanford partnership, but leaves out left-wing affiliations of critic.
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