8/22/2010 10:30 PM ET
On Sunday's Reliable Sources on CNN, during a discussion of the Ground Zero mosque controversy, after Bloomberg's Margaret Carlson recommended that the mosque be moved as a compromise, NPR's ...
8/17/2010 12:48 PM ET
As she appeared on Sunday's Good Morning America, ABC's Christiane Amanpour blamed the Bush administration for America having bad relations with the Muslim world, as she referred to relations ...
8/17/2010 11:28 AM ET
On Monday's Countdown show, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann delivered a "Special Comment" in which he invoked Nazi Germany and suggested that blocking construction of a mosque near Ground Zero could be ...
8/13/2010 9:32 AM ET
Dismissing opponents as full of 'vitriol' and 'bigotry,' the Times editorializes that somehow, the Islamic extremists were committing a secular crime, regardless of their stated intentions.
8/10/2010 12:00 AM ET
Media still ignore legitimate concerns over Islamic building plans near Ground Zero.
11/17/2009 9:52 PM ET
The Sunday Washington Post carried a headline that claimed that 9/11 "could" be right or it "could" be wrong. It's grotesque for a newspaper to find neutrality on that horrific day.
9/4/2009 12:08 PM ET
All three morning shows on Friday skipped any reference to the developing controversy over Obama administration Green Jobs Czar Van Jones and his connection to the 9/11 Truther movement. CBS's ...
6/2/2009 8:37 PM ET
In an interview excerpt on Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, Brian Williams used President Obama's upcoming speech to Muslims in Cairo to take a dig at ex-President Bush, as he contended: "It's a speech ...
11/27/2007 10:19 AM ET
Former 'CBS Evening News' anchor blames corporations, Internet and 9/11 for changes in media climate.
9/11/2007 12:00 AM ET
Commemorating the victims of al-Qaeda's sneak attack is growing tedious, even annoying, and may play into the hands of the Bush administration, according to NPR and The New York Times.