8/11/2008 1:50 PM ET
Bumiller raises the age issue and recycles her own old attacks on McCain: "Mr. McCain has made a number of verbal gaffes in recent months, including referring three times to Czechoslovakia, a ...
7/29/2008 7:29 PM ET
Reporter Elisabeth Bumiller poses sympathetic questions to the House Speaker at a public interview, and Pelosi brings up the Fairness Doctrine: "[Right-wingers] saw an opportunity, came out of the ...
7/28/2008 1:20 PM ET
Bumiller puts John McCain on the defensive in a foreign policy clash of wills, with "pragmatists" and realists on one side and "conservatives" and "neoconservatives" on the other.
7/28/2008 12:19 PM ET
"On Thursday evening in a glittering Berlin, cheered by as many as 200,000 people, Mr. Obama delivered a tone poem to American and European ideals and shared history. In contrast, just before he ...
7/23/2008 1:57 PM ET
"Mr. McCain also displayed the bumpy and sometimes hapless nature of his own effort to prove that he is the candidate with the sterling foreign policy credentials."
6/6/2008 12:37 PM ET
McCain-hostile reporter Elisabeth Bumiller passes on gripes from a nameless "number of Republicans" who wonder what the "street bully" former CEO of Hewlett Packard is doing on the campaign bus.
5/28/2008 1:02 PM ET
"John S. McCain III, United States Naval Academy '58, the son and grandson of admirals and the husband of one of the richer women in Arizona, chases after the conservative, anti-elite religious ...
5/22/2008 12:30 PM ET
By "tightly controlled group of reporters," the Times means "not us." And did the Times threaten the McCain campaign with negative coverage if it wasn't allowed in to see McCain's medical records?
4/25/2008 1:34 PM ET
Elisabeth Bumiller characterized McCain's tour of the Ninth Ward of New Orleans in starkly cynical terms: "Mr. McCain, who was on the fourth day of a tour of America's 'forgotten places' to try to ...
4/10/2008 10:14 AM ET
The paper won't let go of McCain's brief slip during Tuesday's questioning of Gen. David Petraeus when he described Al Qaeda as Shiite, and immediately corrected himself.