11/17/2008 5:28 PM ET
Three Times editors say Kantor made the wrong call when she emailed teenage students looking for "advice about a story" on Cindy McCain.
10/20/2008 12:42 PM ET
...but Clark Hoyt then cited a report saying "a link between reporters' political beliefs and news coverage has never been convincingly established."
10/7/2008 8:36 PM ET
Clark Hoyt's narrow definition helpfully skips over clear double standards of coverage when it comes to scandals, gaffes, and race issues.
9/22/2008 8:16 PM ET
From the horse's mouth: Political editor Richard Stevenson tells the Public Editor that John McCain is guilty of "demonstrable falsehoods," while Executive Editor Bill Keller accuses Sarah Palin ...
9/17/2008 8:04 AM ET
Executive Editor Bill Keller's political paranoia clouded his editorial judgment, leading him to omit Barack Obama's middle-name "Hussein" from a front-page profile out of "caution."
9/10/2008 8:04 AM ET
Clark Hoyt says questions about Palin's "juggling" ability are totally inbounds: "The New York Times did have a front page story about the conversations that are going on among women...about how ...
9/9/2008 12:00 AM ET
The liberal media's all-out assault on the faith and character of the GOP vice presidential nominee comes at a steep price: credibility.
8/11/2008 11:54 AM ET
The Times comes up with two excuses for not covering allegations of a John Edwards affair: 1) they were anonymously sourced and 2) Edwards was not in contention as Obama's running mate. Both ...
8/6/2008 11:58 AM ET
But when it came to standing with other media outlets and publishing controversial images of the Prophet Mohammad, the paper's courage vanished.
2/25/2008 11:04 AM ET
Clark Hoyt: "A newspaper cannot begin a story about the all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee with the suggestion of an extramarital affair with an attractive lobbyist 31 years his ...