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Castro's Communism "A Work in Progress"

As the dictator misses his 80th birthday party.

Wash. Post Claims Minimum Wage Hike Is Fine by D.C.-Area Biz Owners

Conservative critic says the proposed wage hike will hurt the workers it is intended to help.

In Chicago, a Fairy and Santa Are In, Jesus Is Out

The Christkindl, or Christmas Fairy, is welcome at a Christmas festival in Chicago. So is Santa Claus. But a film about the birth of Jesus has provoked city officials to lower the boom.

Throwing the Book at 'Religious Right'

Halloween and the election are over, but the media's favorite boogeyman is still roaming the land.

Mum's the Word on Radical Democrat Social Agenda

Media avoid awakening traditional values voters by ignoring Democrat plans.

Tempting Target: Media Try to Persuade Conservatives to Stay Home

With the November elections looming, the biggest players in the mainstream media are casting aside objectivity to mount an all-out effort to discourage values voters from going to the polls.

Media Downplay New Jersey's Gay Marriage Ruling as Election Day Approaches

The major media are soft-selling the New Jersey Supreme Court's Wednesday decision ordering "gay marriage" or its equivalent, lest the ruling become a fire bell in the night for social ...

Howard Dean Doesn't See a Dem Mandate, But Times Reporter Does

Political reporter Adam Nagourney manages to get to the left of Howard Dean.

Who Is Capt. Jamil Hussein? The Times Doesn't Ask In Print

When discussing controversy over an alleged atrocity in Iraq, in which Sunnis were reportedly doused in kerosene and burned alive, Tom Zeller leaves off a vital question he asked on his blog days ...