3/10/2008 9:48 PM ET
The Times identified Spitzer as a Democrat in its initial story on his involvement in a prostitution ring, but deleted the reference later.
3/7/2008 1:06 PM ET
Yuk yuk yuk: "If voters start to take the comedian Al Franken seriously, the joke could be on Mr. Coleman in this potential swing state."
3/3/2008 2:56 PM ET
The Times has certainly shown favoritism toward Obama's campaign. A TimesWatch analysis found that in stories dealing significantly with Obama, he was covered in a positive matter by a ratio of ...
2/6/2008 3:18 PM ET
A stark double standard on pinning ideological labels on the parties.
2/4/2008 3:58 PM ET
No liberal label for an Atlanta meeting in which attendees "hoped they could pool their resources and voices to push for universal health coverage, or to fight global warming."
1/31/2008 4:03 PM ET
From beginning to end, the Times couldn't find any liberal ideology in John Edwards' "populist" campaign against big business and for universal health care.
1/16/2008 3:33 PM ET
Adam Nagourney sees no hope for the GOP: "...this is a party that is adrift, deeply divided and uninspired when it comes to its presidential candidates and unsure of how to counter an energized ...
1/7/2008 4:08 PM ET
"But the moment is suffused, so as almost not to require that he make it explicit, with a sense of historical moment. I, you, we can make history, he says, by turning the nation's sorrowful racial ...
1/7/2008 3:56 PM ET
Populist and pragmatist? Yeah, right: "In 1988, the populist Jesse Jackson kept stony counsel before giving his nod to the pragmatist Michael Dukakis."
11/26/2007 3:04 PM ET
As success on the ground in Iraq becomes undeniable, reporter Patrick Healy sees a "tonal shift" among Democrats.