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Unhappy Anniversary: Katrina Insurance Battle Continues

TV journalists frame insurance stories with plaintiffs in mind, blaming insurance companies for lack of flood coverage.

Fuel for Thought: Hurricane Season Below Average

Networks promote warming oceans, but ignore cooling temperatures.

"Conservatives" vs. an "Economist" on Minimum Wage

Labeling bias in California.

Don't Call Them the "Democrat Party"

"It was the most direct attack on Democrats that Mr. Bush has made from a White House lectern this election year, and it effectively signaled the beginning of a more outright political season for ...

Roller Coaster of Gas Prices Continues; Some Media Notice Drop

One week after journalists tout 'new record highs,' gas hits lowest average in two months.

"Hardened" Tony Blair Deaf To Muslim Marginalization in Britain

Sarah Lyall plays the race card: "If such statements appealed to traditional, white Britain, which already felt that multiculturalism had gone too far, thank you very much, it made Muslims feel ...

Our Expose of Bumbling American Flatfoots? Never Mind

"A front-page article on Aug. 13 about the differences between the United States and Britain in dealing with terror plots referred incorrectly to the involvement by members of the New York City ...

The Failures of Welfare Reform, Courtesy of a Left-Wing Source

"...a growing group of poor families, known to scholars as the 'disconnected,' that are scraping by without either cash benefits or employment." Where?

"Widening Public Skepticism" About Airline Terror Threat?

So far, it's confined to the Times' newsroom.

What a Difference a Page Makes for Global Warming, Hurricanes

Post's news section admits scientists debate hurricane link, but Outlook author predicts Katrina-like storms in D.C.