11/5/2008 4:33 PM ET
Today the Times points to John McCain's statement as a gaffe that "fundamentally altered the dynamic of the race." But one Times writer characterized the resulting criticism as a "cheap shot."
11/5/2008 3:36 PM ET
It's gonna be a long four years: "In a country long divided, Mr. Obama had a singular appeal: he is biracial and Ivy League educated; a stirring speaker who shoots hoops and quotes the theologian ...
11/5/2008 2:53 PM ET
Wishful thinking about Democratic wins in Florida, Kentucky, and Mississippi failed to pan out.
11/4/2008 5:06 PM ET
"But on the social issues - gun control, abortion, gay marriage, religion - I'm not sure we're that even-handed....Journalists move easily in the world of business Republicans, less easily in the ...
11/4/2008 4:39 PM ET
One guess which party reporter Michael Cooper blames.
11/4/2008 1:50 PM ET
Double standards on the front page on Election Day from Katharine Seelye. While Obama wins in Indiana, Virginia, and other states would be a "disaster" for McCain, a McCain win in Pennsylvania ...
11/4/2008 1:29 PM ET
Frank Bruni: "In Philadelphia in March, Mr. Obama delivered a set-piece speech that sought to do nothing less than explain centuries of racial enmity and move Americans past it...In recent weeks, ...
11/3/2008 5:06 PM ET
Reporter Elisabeth Bumiller also paints a distorted picture of John McCain's "devastated" reaction to Rep. John Lewis comparing him to segregationist George Wallace.
11/3/2008 4:23 PM ET
Lame excuse for Obama from Michael Falcone: "After Sept. 11, 2001, [Rev. Jeremiah] Wright delivered a sermon suggesting that the terrorist attacks were a consequence of American foreign policy. ...
11/3/2008 3:54 PM ET
Question for Times reporters: Is there any part of Missouri that's not a "conservative bastion"?