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After Lawsuit, Times Finally Corrects Record on Brandon Darby, But False Text Remains

FBI informant Brandon Darby filed suit against the Times last week after the paper falsely accused him of having encouraged a firebombing of the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. ...

Fighting Spending Cuts in Ohio, NYT Focuses on Union Jobs, Not $8B Deficit

Liberal sob stories and left-wing income statistics from Sabrina Tavernise in defense of unionized public-sector workers in Ohio: "Now, as Ohio's legislature moves toward final approval of a bill ...

Nothing to See Here: Chuck Todd Skips Controversy in Obama Making NCAA Picks During Crises

MSNBC's Chuck Todd on Wednesday hyped the fact that Barack Obama will be making his NCAA tournament picks on ESPN. The Daily Rundown anchor enthused, "You got about 27 hours to get your brackets ...

Chris Matthews Rips GOP 2012 Candidates on Leno, Then Claims: 'I Want to Be Somewhat Nonpartisan'

On Monday's Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC, MSNBC Hardball host Chris Matthews slammed the potential crop of 2012 Republican presidential contenders as "the weakest list of candidates I have ...

NPR Brushes Aside Transparency Concerns at DOJ Civil Rights Unit

On Tuesday's Morning Edition, NPR's Carrie Johnson highlighted critiques of the Obama White House from the left on their promise to be "the most transparent administration in history," but ...

Rosenthal Tackles Liberal NIMBYism on the Environment

After writing on how everything is global warming's fault, Elisabeth Rosenthal faults liberals for talking a good game on the environment, until things get too close: "Park Slope, Brooklyn. Cape ...

Times Whines That 'Partisans Adopt Deceit As a Tactic,' Ignore Hidden Camera Hoaxes By NPR, ABC

Times media reporter Jeremy Peters falsely implies that journalistic stunts like the one conservative James O'Keefe pulled against liberal National Public Radio were rare in the mainstream media ...

David Carr Mocks Idea of 'Journalistic Independence' at Murdoch's News Corp.

The paper's media columnist faults NPR's executives while blessings its reporting, and points to the necessity of publicly funded journalism: "I'll just skip the joke about a News Corporation ...

CBS Food Police Go After 'Cereal Offenders,' Fret Over Cartoon Characters 'Targeting' Kids

On Tuesday's CBS Early Show, contributor Taryn Winter Brill touted a new University of Pennsylvania study on the influence of breakfast cereal cartoon characters on children: "Previous research ...

NPR Resorts to Using Glenn Beck's Publication for Damage Control

The damage control effort over at National Public Radio (NPR) is at such a state that they've consulted a piece from Glenn Beck's TheBlaze.com to argue it's the victim of a smear operation. On ...