Flashback: John John Was No 'Sun God,' Chappaquiddick Was a Kopechne Tragedy

"The sudden death of the only son of an assassinated President is certainly a major news story, but the TV nets used his death as a chance to launch a week-long tribute to him as America's 'crown ...

ABC Mourns Lost Presidential Talents of JFK Jr., 'Prince of Camelot'

ABC's Chris Cuomo and Claire Shipman on Thursday marked the tenth anniversary of the death of "the prince of Camelot," John F. Kennedy Jr., lamenting the loss of such strong presidential talent. ...

Walters Warns Parents Against Bruno Despite Behar's Glowing Review

Barbara Walters calls out Sacha Baron Cohen's movie for what it is.

ABC Highlights Government Waste; Targets Lavish Social Security Retreats

ABC's Brian Ross on Wednesday investigated a subject that has been skipped by CBS and NBC's morning shows, the more than $1 million spent by the Social Security Administration for its employees to ...

Networks Sidestep Sotomayor's Repudiation of Obama's 'Empathy' Doctrine

Back in May, NBC sycophantically touted President Obama's credentials as a constitutional law professor as evidence of his deep experience when it came to the judiciary. But after his nominee to ...

Stephanopoulos Fawns: 'Calm,' 'Cool' Sotomayor 'Didn't Make Any Mistakes'

Former Democratic strategist-turned-journalist George Stephanopoulos appeared on Wednesday's Good Morning America to coo that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor "didn't make any mistakes" and ...

Marijuana to the Rescue: 'World News' Touts Pot as California's Magic Fix

Segment ignores market dynamics in saying legal weed would be a revenue stream for state coffers.

ABC's Karl Highlights Stimulus Waste; Stephanopoulos Spins for White House

Good Morning America's Jonathan Karl on Friday provided a questioning, skeptical analysis of how stimulus money is being spent on road signs promoting the legislation. At one point, the reporter ...

Jacko Telethon: Primetime Broadcast Network Coverage Devotes One Third of All News to Pop Star's Death

Breakdown of the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts shows Michael Jackson's death dominating coverage with 4 times more TV than any other story in 13-day span.
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