10/30/2009 12:44 PM ET
A big lead-story scoop from the Washington Post becomes a Page 22 piece in Friday's New York Times.
5/19/2009 3:01 PM ET
The Times is trying to sell Elena Kagan and Janet Napolitano as moderate choices for the soon-to-be-vacant Supreme Court seat. But just how "bipartisan" are they?
4/2/2009 2:01 PM ET
Our hero: Eric Lichtblau rushes to liberal Obama nominee Harold Koh's defense against unfair conservative attacks. "The controversy began with a short article in The New York Post and soon ...
1/22/2009 3:30 PM ET
Double standard? "Democrats...hardening their opposition" to John Ashcroft in 2001, but Senate Republicans are now "denying President Obama the chance to have a key member of his national security ...
12/2/2008 12:46 PM ET
Tuesday's front page has a cautionary tale on Obama's nominee for attorney general: "Mr. Holder's supporters portray him as having been a relatively uninvolved bystander caught in a Clinton-era ...
7/10/2008 11:58 AM ET
Reporter Eric Lichtblau, notorious killer of classified anti-terrorist programs, gives Bush his victory due, but also calls a key aspect of the program "divisive." But how divisive was it? The ...
6/26/2008 2:03 PM ET
An incomplete story infused with labeling bias: While the Federalist Society is "bedrock conservative," the Council on American-Islamic Relations merely "advocates civil liberties."
4/14/2008 12:59 PM ET
From Clay Waters' review of "Bush's Law": "Lichtblau is preoccupied with getting scooped. Check his response when it looked as if the Times wouldn't run the NSA story: 'Each tidbit that came ...
4/3/2008 1:52 PM ET
Eric Lichtblau talks about his book on the far-left public radio network Pacifica.
3/27/2008 2:00 PM ET
From Justice Department correspondent Eric Lichtblau's new book: "The administration, it seemed clear to me, had lied to us" about an anti-terrorist surveillance program.