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Times Praises Pro-Military Blogger Michael Yon

Richard Perez-Pena writes: "Along the way, he created a niche outlet that is better reported than most blogs, and more opinionated than most news reporting, with enough first-hand observation, ...

Former Times Reporter on "Evil" Coal Companies

Timothy Egan reviews a book about strip-mining in West Virginia and the horrors of coal: "...check out those black nuggets - coal, a fossilized time bomb hauled out of the deepest holes in the ...

CNBC's Jim Cramer Still Down on Fed After Three-Quarter-Point Rate Cut

'Mad Money' host challenges WSJ reporter Greg Ip for putting out contradictory stories on Fed leading up to the 'emergency' rate cut.

Mocking Mitt, But Letting Sleeping Bill Lie

"Mitt Romney, whose 1950s manner and celebratory drink of choice call to mind a milkshake man more than a rap singer, gave a shout out Monday that left no doubt that he had spent little time ...

ABC's Pregnant Priorities

Good Morning America presents a thoughtful look at a trio of teens who have had to grow up real fast.

Slighting Romney's Win in Nevada While Pushing Hillary-Obama-McCain?

Did Mitt Romney's win in the Nevada Caucus get the attention it warranted?

Zuckerman Compares Current 'Financial Crunch' to Great Depression

U.S. News & World Report editor-in-chief tells 'McLaughlin Group' viewers credit freeze is a problem 'nobody knows how to deal with.'

Meet Hillary Clinton, Another Democratic "Populist"

Bill and Hillary join John Edwards in David Leonhardt's line of Democratic "populists" (not liberals).

Public Editor Rides to Liberal Linda Greenhouse's Defense, Ignores Smear of Vets

Clark Hoyt rides to the liberal Supreme Court reporter's defense: "Whelan is president of the conservative Ethics and Public Policy Center. But his increasingly intemperate and personal attacks on ...