8/10/2009 3:08 PM ET
MSNBC's 'Dr. Nancy' and Washington Post staff writer maintain it is 'incumbent upon' journalists to steer the dialogue of the health care discussion.
8/7/2009 12:34 PM ET
It turns out trucks and SUV, not small cars, are top 'clunker' buys.
7/31/2009 11:20 AM ET
ABC segment on what happens to U.S. post-consumer electronic waste shows problem of unintended consequences.
7/29/2009 5:49 PM ET
'The View' allows Dr. Tim Johnson to promote government-run health plan.
7/29/2009 4:50 PM ET
Rep. Paul Ryan won't let MSNBC get away with using 'free market rhetoric' to promote an anti-market proposal.
7/29/2009 11:47 AM ET
The Nation's vanden Heuvel doesn't want to get 'caught up in conventional deficit' language.
7/28/2009 2:29 PM ET
'Today Talk' talks health care and bashes moderate dems.
7/27/2009 2:38 PM ET
CNBC host frets over ObamaCare's cost and similarities to U.K. system.
7/24/2009 3:33 PM ET
To NBC, the free market is the problem.
7/23/2009 11:28 AM ET
Broadcast nets could lose estimated $9 million; President took 41 minutes to answer only 11 questions that left liberal pundits discouraged.