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Greenhouse Finds Voter ID Requirements "Objectionable"

Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse takes sides on an upcoming court case: "Well, what's objectionable about it is what kinds of IDs are people likely to have?...So the disparate impact of a ...

CBS Still Down on Blackwater After Firm Rescues Polish Ambassador in Iraq

After company's CEO Erik Prince is grilled by congressional Democrats and castigated by the media, security contractor does its job in Iraq.

CBS's Cold Case Adds Insult to Injury

Last Sunday they savaged evangelical Christians. This Sunday, one year after the Lancaster County schoolhouse massacre, they'll poke their fingers in the eyes of the Amish.

C'mon Britney, Turn it Around

Spears is ruining her life and the media are feasting on the spectacle.

Networks Give More Time to Democratic Critics of Blackwater 'Mercenaries'

Both CBS and NBC also overlook the $100 million saved by hiring private contractor versus the government providing security through State Department.

Times Misleads on Phony "Phony Soldiers" Controversy

A Senate vote gives the Times an excuse to jump into a phony controversy over comments made by Rush Limbaugh and his alleged "...insinuation that members of the military who question the Iraq war ...

The Times' Hypocritical Cries of Verizon's "Censorship"

A lead editorial accuses Verizon Wireless of censoring political speech - but what about the Times' editorials that call for limiting political speech before elections in the name of campaign ...

Film of Abortion Aftermath Too Hard for "Angry" Film Critic to Take

"I suggest the faint of heart skip the rest of this paragraph," warned Manohla Dargis before relaying the graphic details of the aftermath of an abortion. "My initial and admittedly angry first ...

When the Story's Got Children, Who Needs Facts?

Media coverage of State Children's Health Insurance Program expansion heavy on liberal talking points, light on its unattractive reality.