Benghazi

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Broadcast Networks Drop the Ball on Obama’s Smarmy ‘Phony Scandal’ Mantra

For more than two weeks, President Obama and his spokesmen have scoffed at the various investigations of potential wrongdoing surrounding his administration, belittling them as “phony scandals” ...
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As Terrorist Threats Force Shutdown of U.S. Embassies, Networks Barely Mention Benghazi

Late Thursday, news broke of the State Department ordering numerous U.S. embassies across the Middle East closed on Sunday, August 4 due to terror threats from Al Qaeda. While the Big Three ...
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CNN Drops Its Own Scoop on Benghazi; Networks Fail to Even Pick It Up

CNN's Arwa Damon scored an exclusive interview with a suspect in the Benghazi attacks, yet CNN chose to air it only once. Aside from a brief mention of it on Thursday morning, the network ...
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Bodies of Evidence

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The Censorship Election

An MRC review of the ABC, CBS and NBC broadcast evening news coverage from January 1 through Election Day found that while the networks gave intensive coverage to inconsequential mistakes ...
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Sharyl Attkisson 'Outraged' Over Computers' Hacking; 'Very Serious and Disturbing Matter'

On Monday's CBS This Morning, Sharyl Attkisson slammed the unnamed hacker who broke into her computers: "It's a very serious and disturbing matter. I'm outraged that anyone would do such a thing." ...
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NBC Applauds Obama National Security Picks, Claims Susan Rice 'Vindicated' By Benghazi Emails

On Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd cheered President Obama picking Susan Rice to be his new national security advisor and nominating Samantha Power as ...
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NBC's Todd: GOP Using Susan Rice as 'Punching Bag,' Shouldn't Be 'Beating Up on Women'

Reporting the breaking news on Wednesday's NBC Today that President Obama had named U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to be national security advisor, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd ...
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Susan Rice's Questionable Role in Benghazi Aftermath Now a Passing Detail for CBS

Wednesday's CBS This Morning minimized Susan Rice's refuted claims about the terrorist attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi as they covered her appointment as national security adviser. Charlie ...
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"Voters Will Punish" GOP If They Pursue Obama's Scandals

As scandals surround the Obama administration, the networks suggest that if Republicans pursue investigations, they'll be guilty of "overreaching," or "overplaying their hand," while the ...
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