8/27/2008 12:39 PM ET
Anti-Bush author Ron Suskind's anecdote about a "forged letter," allegedly used by Bush to establish a Saddam-9/11 link, is very likely a phony story in itself.
8/27/2008 12:06 PM ET
Alessandra Stanley noted praise of "Obama's hardscrabble Kansas roots," but Obama had never even been to his grandfather's hometown in Kansas until this year.
8/18/2008 1:07 PM ET
The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth and Willie Horton ad fall under the "smear" category, but the NAACP's 2000 attack on George W. Bush doesn't.
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 ...
8/4/2008 2:52 PM ET
It's going to be a long campaign.
8/4/2008 12:50 PM ET
"Senator Barack Obama is a man of few rhetorical stumbles..."? Michael Powell's front-page report on Obama and the race card gets off to a bad start.
7/31/2008 8:00 AM ET
Two days after running the front-page headline, "Democrats Try to Break Grip Of the Senate's Flinty Dr. No," the Times criticizes McCain for calling Obama "Dr. No" and for his "misleading" ...
7/29/2008 11:48 AM ET
One of reporter Carl Hulse's descriptions of Sen. Tom Coburn may have been even too liberally slanted for the Times. Meanwhile, Ted Kennedy is again simply a "Democrat of Massachusetts."
7/29/2008 10:52 AM ET
Patrick Healy cites words of wisdom from John Kerry to explain why voters have turned to senators: "Maybe what John Kerry...called the 'stubbornness' and 'rigidity' of the Bush administration has ...
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 ...