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ABC's Vargas Asks if Gingrich is 'Fit to Be President'

On Tuesday's Good Morning America on ABC, during an interview with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, substitute host Elizabeth Vargas singled out GOP presidential candidate ...

GOP Women Win Primaries, ABC News Thanks Hillary Clinton

All three network morning shows touted the good showing by a Republican women in Tuesday's primaries, but ABC's Elizabeth Vargas suggested credit should really go to Hillary Clinton, because she ...

'Watch Your Words,' ABC Advances Clinton's Charge Anti-Obama Rhetoric 'Could Lead to Violent Acts'

"Watch your words," fill-in ABC anchor Elizabeth Vargas scolded in teasing Friday's World News, as she trumpeted: "Former President Clinton warns harsh anti-government talk could lead to violent ...

This Week Host Vargas Pushes Pelosi and Alexander from Left, Agrees Obama Must Be 'Ruthless'

Quite a contrast in how ABC's Elizabeth Vargas, taking her turn hosting This Week, approached House Speaker Nancy Pelosi versus Republican Senator Lamar Alexander, all before agreeing with Sam ...

Year Ago GDP Jump 'Disappointing'; This Year Negative GDP: 'Whole Lot Brighter,' ABC Credits 'Stimulus'

A year ago, when GDP rose 1.9%, CBS centered a story around the "disappointing" news while ABC and NBC ignored it. But Friday night, Katie Couric crowed a 1% Q2 decline means the "glimmer of hope ...

'World News' Shows How Environmental Regulations Backfire

ABC segment on what happens to U.S. post-consumer electronic waste shows problem of unintended consequences.

ABC and NBC Jump to Herald Obama's Presidential Medal of Freedom Picks

When Obama does it, it's news. ABC and NBC on Thursday night made time to highlight who President Barack Obama will bestow with a Presidential Medal of Freedom in two weeks. Both started with ...

Flashback: Nets Were Quick to Tag Alito and Roberts as 'Ultra' and 'Hardline' 'Conservatives'

Network anchors and reporters didn't hesitate to apply strong ideological labels (not just quoting others) to President Bush's two Supreme Court nominees, John Roberts and Samuel Alito. Will they ...
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