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The Times Finally Covers Union Snow-Shoveling Slowdown, Buries It on A-20

After being beaten to the punch by local TV and the New York Post, the Times tentatively tackled charges that sanitation workers sabotaged the cleanup after last week's city blizzard - but only ...

The Times Finds Very Pregnant Mexican to Argue Against Conservative 'Birthright' Talk

The front of the Times told a heart-rending story from the Arizona border, of a pregnant Mexican woman being deported who had tried to waddle north to America for a better life. Reporter Marc ...

CBS: ObamaCare Repeal Vote A 'Risky Proposition' for GOP, Not 'Serious'

Talking to Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer on Wednesday's Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge saw efforts to repeal ObamaCare as a political liability: "How risky a proposition is this for ...

Vieira to Paul Ryan: It Feels Like the GOP is Out for 'Revenge'

NBC's Meredith Vieira wasted no time in jumping down Paul Ryan's throat, on Wednesday's Today show, as she said it appeared the Republican Party did not care as much about creating jobs, since ...

Times Buries Admission of Self Interest in Chevron-Ecuador Lawsuit Story

The Times reported Chevron has been using outtakes from the film "Crude," an anti-Chevron film, in its legal battles over an environmental damage lawsuit filed in Ecuador. The Times called it "a ...

CNN's Spitzer: Mitt Romney is 'Very Conservative'?

CNN's Eliot Spitzer on Monday's Parker-Spitzer bizarrely labeled former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney "very conservative" as he cited the prominent Republican's support for legislation ...

Chris Matthews Calls Michele Bachmann a 'Zombie'

Echoing his Election Night accusation that Michele Bachman was "hypnotized" Chris Matthews, on Tuesday's Hardball, called the Minnesota Republican congresswoman a "zombie" as he insultingly asked ...

MSNBC's Brewer: 'GOP's Big, Fat Budget Ax Could Mean Real Pain For Many Americans'

During the 12PM ET hour on MSNBC on Tuesday, anchor Contessa Brewer condemned Republican plans to reign in government spending: "Republicans poised to take over the U.S. House tomorrow and they ...

The NY Times Plugs Maoist Tourist Spot in China: 'Red Is Far From Dead'

Um, hooray? New York Times reporter Edward Wong reports on a Maoist tourist spot in China where "young professionals...rekindle their long-lost sense of class struggle and proletarian principles." ...

Jackie Calmes Tosses Cold Water on 'Deep' Spending Cuts

Washington-based reporter Jackie Calmes says the "deep" spending reductions proposed by conservatives could threaten the economy's recovery while "carrying substantial political and economic risks."