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CNN Talks to Homeowner Ignorant about His Loan: Is Rate Freeze 'Unfair'?

'American Morning' anchor interviews homeowner facing foreclosure who won't be 'helped.'

Executive Editor Says Iraq "Going Very Badly"

More from Editor Bill Keller's Liberal Lecture, Plus: How Dare Bush Not Negotiate with Terrorist Leader Arafat

Times Watch's Keller Piece Cited on "The O'Reilly Factor"

Bill O'Reilly didn't hold back his opinion of Times Executive Editor Bill Keller.

As Teen Pregnancy Rates Rise, Times and Post Blame Abstinence Education.

Both papers took the standard, biased media approach by challenging federal funding of abstinence education while ignoring the far greater funding of condom-based sex education.

$200 Million Mortgage Plan Not Enough for Networks

Media criticize Bush plan, calling for even more 'relief' from government for irresponsible borrowers.

PBS Anchor Admits Book Industry Is In 'Transition'

'NewsHour' anchor Jim Lehrer discusses publishing struggles, 'wishes' more people would 'quit writing' and start 'reading' books.

Bush's Housing Bailout Doesn't Go Far Enough

In its front-page story on the subprime housing "crisis," the Times ignores conservative concerns and embraces the issue as a political game - one the liberal Democrats are sure to win.

Movie Reviewer Not Satisfied by Presence of 'Choice'

Entertainment Weekly film critic bemoans the absence of pro-abortion propagandizing in Juno, even though the pregnant protagonist seriously considers abortion.

Fixing Overheated Housing Market with Half-Baked Bailout Plan

Networks promote government bailout, downplay 80-percent home price gains and overlook consequences of dismissing mortgages' risk.

Global Warming Vote on Snowy Day in Washington

Senate committee debates expensive climate change bill as two inches of snow blanket D.C.