AP Misrepresents Public Attitude on School Distribution of Birth Control Pill

Less than a third of the public actually agree that the Portland, Maine school board should allow a middle school health center to provide birth control pills to its students without informing parents

CBS Initiates One-Sided Attack on Countrywide CEO's Stock Sales

'Evening News' questions executive's stock decisions, despite its own warning in September 2006 that the housing market could lead to a recession.

'Going Green' Puts Business in the Red

Media praise businesses for eco-attitudes, but overlook hefty cost.

Dismissing the Surge's Success

James Glanz: "But another oversight official, Joseph A. Christoff...said some measures of what some see as progress in Iraq were not as clear-cut as they might seem."

Moderators Too Tough on Hillary?

The Times mentioned the intensity of debate questions toward Hillary Clinton three times.

The Future of News Is All That Is Left

Liberal media experts populate journalism conference co-sponsored by communications union.

When the Buzz Drowns Out the Music

Britney Spears mocks the Catholic confessional to sell her latest album.

Torture in Syria: Also America's Fault

Maher Arar was tortured in Syria as a result of bad information given to U.S. security by Canada, but Scott Shane keeps the focus on American "torture."

Brokaw and Buffett: The Rich Don't Pay Enough

World's third-richest man insists he and other wealthy people aren't paying their fair share when it comes to taxes.

Seelye Celebrates Two New (Unlabeled) Lefty Journalism Projects

"We're taking a look today at two new Web ventures that could help change how politics is covered." But the two sites are staffed almost exclusively by liberal and Democratic activists -what kind ...