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Washington Post Teed Off about Discrimination in Private Organization

As the Masters Tournament begins, Post mimics earlier Times.

Time Part IV: The 'Green Office Is the Place to Be'

Magazine's 51 planet-saving 'things' include several ways to make office space even more unbearable.

Adam Nagourney Sees "Clear Blue Tint" in 2008 Race

More Democratic optimism from the paper's chief political reporter.

Wal-Mart Employees: Fat, Poor, Unhealthy Robots

Michael Barbaro: "Its workers earn, on average, less than $20,000 a year, which means that fitness and ecology are, by necessity, relatively low priorities....And a disproportionate number of its ...

More Myths About the GOP's Medicare "Cuts"

What "cuts" in Medicare did the GOP actually propose in 1995?

Stanley Strikes Again: "American Idol" Voting Result of Gore's Loss in 2000

Makes sense to us: "Maybe the reason that more people didn't turn out for the 2004 presidential race, despite the closeness of the tally four years earlier, is that they were still in denial and ...

Putting the "-ic" Back in the Democratic Party

The Times relays a whiny Democrat talking point.

Time Part III: Right Turns Only, to Save the Planet

ABC is just as fascinated with idea of no left turns, but neither outlet mentions how impractical it is for ordinary drivers.

The 'Consumer Group' That Doesn't Want You to Consume

Journalists love CSPI's hype and embrace its extremist anti-food agenda.

Networks Respect 'America's Best-Known Forecaster,' Except When He Talks about Global Warming

Networks rush to cover Dr. Bill Gray's hurricane predictions, but leave out the fact that he thinks the world might cool again soon.