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A Bottled Water the Media Almost Like

BusinessWeek details Icelandic Water Holdings' environmentalism, but is left unquenched.

First Daughter, 476th Puff Piece

For those who can't read all the way through Jodi Kantor's sticky valentine to Chelsea Clinton, there were mildly negative bits

Post Carries On about Carried Interest and Tax 'Loophole'

Newspaper attacks 'tax break' and calls would-be tax increase a 'reform.'

The Hero on the Bus

Jeremy Hernandez models courage and responsibility for the inner city kids he works with.

USA Today Weighs In Against Doctors' Freedom of Conscience

Religious convictions are trumped by patients' lifestyle preferences.

Vigilant Parents Required

Never underestimate a federal bureaucracy. The FCC has struck again.

Housing: NBC Goes Negative, While ABC Offers Balance

"Nightly News" continues trend of blaming housing woes for just about everything, while "World News" finds a business opportunity.

A "Surprise"? Internet-Savvy GOP'ers Want a YouTube Debate

Plus: Andrew Sullivan, "conservative"? Since when?

NBC Nightly News Blames the Schism Between Liberal and Conservative Episcopalians on Homosexuality

The network obscures the broader conflict within a church whose American leadership has repudiated traditional Christian beliefs about God and Scripture.