Times Tried to Keep Race Angle Alive Before Obama's "Beer Summit"

The Times hypes a meaningless discrepancy between Sgt. Crowley's police report and the 911 call he was responding to.

Times Takes Sides in Front-Page Story on Gates-Race Case

In the controversy over Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates's arrest, the Times tries some mind-reading: "In interviews here and in Atlanta, in Web postings and on television talk shows, blacks ...

Maine, "The Whitest State"

Reporter Abby Goodnough collects scattered anecdotes of racial bias to paint a long, unflattering picture of an entire state.

"To Dismay of Some [Democrats]," Florida Cutting Taxes

A Times story buries the liberal groups that are truly dismayed by proposed property tax cuts: "...counties, cities, teachers unions and Democrats..."

"Housing Slump" Not So Scary After All?

Slate magazine argues: "The NYT confidently headlines its lead, 'Housing Slump Pinches States in Pocketbook.' It's a shame, then, that we have to wait till the 29th paragraph to find out that 'it ...

The Times Jumps to a Pro-Democrat Conclusion on Fla. Voting Machines

The Times jumps to a pro-Democrat conclusion in its lead story on Florida replacing its touch-screen voting machines: "In Sarasota County last November, more than 18,000 voters who used ...

Anticipating a Democratic Blowout

The Democrats (and the Times) are getting giddy together as November 7 looms.
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