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Alleged Humor Writer Gets Bitter: 'John Boehner Cries. He's Not the Only One'

"Crib Sheet" columnist Henry Alford gets personal in the Styles section: "Pranksters hijack Sarah Palin's and Glenn Beck's Facebook pages. The giveaway was all the correct grammar."

State-by-State Slant: Wyoming, Utah Both Shifted 'Even Further to the Right'

In the paper's 2010 state-by-state rundown of election results, "conservative" labels topped "liberal" ones by a margin of 25-2, including identical descriptions by two different reporters of two ...

In the Two Weeks Before Horrible Election Day for Democrats, NYT's 'Caucus' Tilted 3-1 Toward the Losing Party

The Times ran 52 political briefs in its "Caucus" section over the last two weeks of the campaign, a horrible one for Democrats. Yet only six of those 52 stories were pro-Republican, while 19 ...

Morning After Voter Rejection of Obama-Care, Stolberg Claims Voters 'Don't Want' GOP to Stop It for Fear of 'Gridlock'

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "One big question is whether Republicans will try to hack away at the bill by gumming up the works through the appropriations process and stopping [Obama-care's] provisions ...

Comedy Central's Jon Stewart Attacks MSNBC Again: 'Honestly, that is Double-A Ball'

In interview with Fox News Channel's Chris Wallace, 'The Daily Show' host doubles down on his critique of MSNBC for attempting to be a liberal version of FNC.

Kanye West to George Bush: I Know Exactly How You Feel About Being Called Racist

Rapper compares Hurricane Katrina to Taylor Swift Video Music Award incident.

NYT's Kate Zernike Thinks Tea Party Blew Greater Gains By Fostering 'Concerns of...Extremism'

The New York Times' Tea Party reporter went to great lengths to argue that the public is not on their side on taxes, spending, or Obama-care: "And just as Tea Party supporters do not always agree ...

Tom Brokaw: GOP, Tea Party Won't Be Effective in Upcoming Congress

On Wednesday's Today show, NBC special correspondent Tom Brokaw predicted that the incoming Republican majority in Congress, especially the Tea Party-backed winners, would ultimately fail at ...

Former Food Writer Provides Post-Election Comfort Food for Liberals

Kim Severson: Unlike the 2008 election, when liberals celebrated the politics of hope and change to address the country's problems and some conservatives began to embrace what would become the Tea ...

Zernike Thinks Tea Party Blew It By Fostering 'Concerns of...Extremism'

The paper's Tea Party reporter goes to great lengths to argue that the public is not on their side on taxes, spending, or Obama-care: "And just as Tea Party supporters do not always agree on what ...