Bias by Omission

NY Times' Dao Sees Marines Leaving War With Hope, But Edited Out a Marine's Hope in 2005

New York Times military reporter James Dao filed from Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan on the Marine Corps leaving the country, "As Marines Exit Afghan Province, a Feeling That a Campaign Was Worth ...

NYT: Republican Cuccinelli Is Controversial in Virginia Gov. Race, but Not Ex-Clintonite Terry McAuliffe?

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel saw a controversial candidate on one side of the Virginia governor's race, perhaps the biggest political race this year – Republican Kenneth Cuccinelli, ...
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Big Three Network Double Standard on Labeling Scandalous Politicians

All too often when reporters are discussing Democrats caught in scandals, they develop a peculiar speech impediment that prevents them from uttering the "D" word. However, when members of the ...
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Blind Spot? Howard Kurtz Rips Coverage of Rubio's 'Watergate' But Ignores CNN's Stunt

CNN media critic Howard Kurtz ripped the press infatuation with Sen. Marco Rubio's water sip as "profoundly depressing," but on Sunday's Reliable Sources he wouldn't call out his own network's ...
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Corkins, Dorner: Embarrassing Liberal Links to Killers Still Missing From New York Times

A day after the New York Times ignored the connection between Floyd Corkins, who attempted a mass murder at a conservative think tank, and the left-wing "hate group" monitor Southern Poverty ...
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NYT Ignores Leftist Website Connection to FRC Shooter, Yet Suggested Palin Map Inspired Jared Loughner to Kill

Floyd Corkins Jr. pleaded guilty to wounding a security guard at the headquarters of the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian lobbying group fighting against gay marriage. Corkins ...
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NYT Ignores Leftist Website Connection to FRC Shooter, Yet Suggested Palin Map Inspired Jared Loughner to Kill

Floyd Corkins Jr. pleaded guilty to wounding a security guard at the headquarters of the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian lobbying group fighting against gay marriage. Corkins ...
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Some Nerve: NYT Finally Covers March for Life, Only to Bury It Under Story Chiding Marchers for Not Being Anti-Gun

After five years of ignoring it, the New York Times finally acknowledged the annual March for Life with a story this year -- only to bury it on page 9, underneath a story criticizing the ...
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Some Nerve: NYT Finally Covers March for Life, Only to Bury It Under Story Chiding Marchers for Not Being Anti-Gun

After five years of ignoring it, the New York Times finally acknowledged the annual March for Life with a story this year -- only to bury it on page 9, underneath a story criticizing the marchers ...
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UPDATED: New York Times Has Ignored March for Life in Print 5 Years Running, Will It Break Into Print This Year?

UPDATED: The New York Times hasn't printed a story about March for Life, the annual march against abortion, for the last five years. Will tomorrow's Times carry Ashley Parker's Friday evening ...
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