10/4/2012 9:47 AM ET
The first Obama-Romney presidential debate ran under less-than-informative headlines in the New York Times: "Obama and Romney, in First Debate, Spar Over Fixing the Economy'; "Feel of Seminar as ...
10/3/2012 4:22 PM ET
Reporting the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll numbers on Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, political director Chuck
Todd touted a rather obvious finding in the numbers, relentless media ...
10/3/2012 3:34 PM ET
Appearing on CNBC's Squawk Box on Wednesday, NBC News political director Chuck Todd launched into a rant attacking Rasmussen Reports polling:
"We spend a lot more money polling than Scott ...
10/3/2012 12:39 PM ET
Campaign reporter Trip Gabriel makes excuses for Joe Biden's "middle class" flub: "A stray sentence by
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Tuesday became the latest remark
seized by the ...
10/3/2012 12:19 PM ET
Defending Obama in a pre-debate pre-fact-check:"Nonpartisan analysts agree that Mr. Obama inherited a bad hand:
the 2009 deficit was a projected $1.2 trillion when he took office
because of ...
10/3/2012 11:27 AM ET
In a stunning omission on Wednesday's NBC Today, brief coverage of a 2007 video of Barack Obama completely
ignored the then-Senator praising his controversial pastor Jeremiah
Wright as a ...
10/3/2012 11:01 AM ET
New York Times reporter Jonathan Weisman celebrates "North Dakota nice" when it may help Democrats retain the U.S. Senate: "Though North Dakota is deeply
conservative and is on no one’s ...
10/2/2012 4:13 PM ET
In a report on Tuesday's NBC Today, correspondent Kelly
O'Donnell described "awkward stumbles" for Senator Scott Brown and
challenger Elizabeth Warren in a Massachusetts senatorial debate on ...
10/2/2012 12:22 PM ET
More of that hard-hitting New York Times journalism. Joyce Purnick praised Michelle Obama's "bare, toned, elegant arms," while Stuart Emmerich focused the fact that "Barack Obama
shirtless" gets ...
10/2/2012 11:47 AM ET
Not if the media has anything to say about it: New York Times reporter Scott Shane insisted "the deaths of American diplomats in Libya are not a continuing crisis."