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Disgraced Reuters Photographer Made Saturday's Front Page

Adnan Hajj, dismissed by Reuters for altering a photograph of war damage in Lebanon to make it look worse, made Saturday's front page with an image of a "wounded civilian" in Lebanon

Times Celebrates "Disney Touch" of Terrorist Leader

"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 ...

CNN Promotes Food Industry for a Change

The cable network takes a break from barking up the wrong tree on industry regulation and personal responsibility.

CBS Hints at More Regulation for the Power Industry

But energy experts point to regulation as the cause for existing problems.

Times Sees a Perky Cuban Economy Under Raul

NYT's Juan Forero presents Cuban economic survival as struggle against Washington, not a struggle with a repressive, bankrupt economic model.

Who'll Stand Up for Israel?

No one on the Times' new war blog, apparently.

Letting Liberal Ned Lamont off the Hook

The Times buries the lead in its story on the "Lieberman-in-blackface" blogger, and lets anti-war candidate Ned Lamont implausibly deny connections to her.

Washington Post: 'Moderate' Republicans Support Tax Increases, Minimum Wage Hikes

Reporter calls pro-tax Virginia politicians 'moderate' while those against tax hikes are 'hard-core.'

'Dark' Natured Bush, Cheney and Rice Exporting 'Fear' and 'Relentless Pessimism'

Thomas Friedman slams admininstration on its foreign policy.

Hezbollah as "Islamic Resistance"

More bad labeling of the anti-Israel terrorist group.
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