Crime

Friday's Front Page Spins Pro-Wikileaks Hackers as Defenders of Web Freedom

Fighting for Internet freedom...by shutting down websites? That's reporter Noam Cohen's strange take on hacker supporters of WikiLeaks taking down websites they disagree with: "...the loosely ...

No Class: Times A Little Too Cheery Over Tragedies in an Idyllic Disney Town

Kim Severson's thousand-word story showed tasteless excitement over the news that tragedy has infiltrated the wealthy paradise of Celebration, Fla., a town built by the Walt Disney Co.: "As if the ...

FNC Highlights UVA Study That Shows Enforcing Immigration Laws Decreases Violent Crime

On Thursday's Fox and Friends, FNC hosts Gretchen Carlson and Steve Doocy gave attention to a University of Virginia study which found that, since Prince William County in Virginia became more ...

Miracle on West 57th: CBS Ties Lee to Gore and Quotes Assessment of Bush as 'Intelligent'

Wednesday's CBS Evening News, without Katie Couric, uniquely amongst the broadcast network evening newscasts tied Discovery Channel hostage-taker/bomber James Lee to Al Gore and, even more ...

The Times Gets Tautological with Tom DeLay

Huh? "Mr. DeLay, the Texas Republican who had been the House majority leader, crowed that he had been 'found innocent.' But many of Mr. DeLay's actions remain legal only because lawmakers have ...

ABC's Sawyer Paints Ft. Hood's Nidal Hasan as Just 'Another Worker with a Gun and a Grudge'

Opening Tuesday's World News with the workplace shooting in Manchester, Connecticut, anchor Diane Sawyer saw it as one in a long line of incidents involving a "worker with a gun and grudge" as she ...

A Frisking 'Frenzy' in NYC, But Only Times Reporters Seem to Care

Both former police officers and residents react nonchalantly to the NYPD's supposedly overzealous "stop-and-frisk" tactics in one of New York City's most dangerous neighborhoods. It's the second ...

A Liberal 'Breath of Fresh Air' on Crime-Fighting in Philly

R. Seth Williams, Philadelphia's new district attorney, overthrows the "increasingly hard line" of his predecessor and moves toward leniency in minor crimes. Reporter Erik Eckholm can't get enough ...

Is Illegal Immigration Raising Arizona's Crime Rate? NYT Says No, But Relevant Figures Say Yes

New York Times reporter Randal Archibold cites FBI crime statistics in Arizona to accuse immigration enforcement advocates of stirring up irrational fear of violent crime on the Arizona-Mexico ...

Is Illegal Immigration Raising Arizona's Crime Rate? Times Says No, But Relevant Figures Say Yes

Randal Archibold cites FBI crime statistics in Arizona to accuse immigration enforcement advocates of stirring up irrational fear of violent crime on the border. But two conservative writers show ...
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