12/14/2006 3:44 PM ET
CBS's Orr lets go unchallenged the suggestion that auto industry cares more about bottom line than passenger safety.
12/14/2006 1:54 PM ET
An obscure piece of anti-death penalty propaganda theatre in Berkeley somehow makes the Times' front section.
12/13/2006 4:55 PM ET
Hyping recent E. coli cases, reporter Lisa Stark pushed liberal calls for new government agency to regulate food industry from 'farm to fork.'
12/13/2006 1:46 PM ET
Despite retailers' move back toward 'Merry Christmas,' journalists are three times as likely to offer 'Happy Holidays.'
12/13/2006 1:34 PM ET
The Times pushes a dire story on global warming, while encouraging ad agencies to produce pro-energy conservation ad campaigns for a news story.
12/12/2006 5:22 PM ET
Paper presents taxes, government regulation as only options, necessary curbs on global warming.
12/12/2006 4:03 PM ET
Host didn't remind viewers of food police's pro-litigation, pro-regulation agenda, even as he called for more regulation.
12/12/2006 1:19 PM ET
The class struggle goes underground, as the Times finds that even the mob has its haves and have-nots.
12/12/2006 12:51 PM ET
An old letter from the Massachusetts governor to a gay rights group gets the Times overexcited.