1/31/2007 10:17 AM ET
The Times' labor reporter skips the inconvenient truth: Wal-Mart overpaid 215,000 employees over the last five years, but is not seeking to recover the money.
1/30/2007 12:09 PM ET
Brit Hume led off his "Political Grapevine" by noting a Times Watch discovery: Two Times reporters who have appeared on Charlie Rose relayed personal opinions on the broadcast - but only the one ...
1/30/2007 9:41 AM ET
A hate-crime prosecutor in Long Beach wins a case, but his lead witness is shown as dubious in the Times. That's not quite how the paper characterized the bearer of false witness in the Duke ...
1/29/2007 12:24 PM ET
According to the Times, an "anonymous smear" from Insight magazine was preceded by "a series of inaccurate or hard-to-verify articles on Insight." But the Times cited it last August to bolster a ...
1/26/2007 8:20 AM ET
The Times still can't nail down the basic details of what Sen. John Kerry said about U.S. troops being "stuck in Iraq."
1/25/2007 12:31 PM ET
Doesn't anyone at the Times know what John Kerry actually said? By repeating a pro-Kerry explanation for his "botched joke," Adam Nagourney makes the same mistake his colleague made in November.
1/22/2007 11:34 AM ET
In a front-page story, Mark Mazzetti lets Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller rip into Bush for misleading "rhetoric about Iraq before the American invasion of 2003," but ignores what Rockefeller ...
1/17/2007 4:58 PM ET
From the Times' specialty drinks writer: 'By proposing to add polar bears to the list of 'threatened' species last month, the Bush administration seemed to finally acknowledge that global warming ...
1/15/2007 2:52 PM ET
A week later, reporter Ralph Blumenthal finally gets the story on the liberal academics fighting a George W. Bush library at Southern Methodist University.
1/15/2007 2:32 PM ET
The Times, less than five months ago: "By disclosing pieces of evidence favorable to the defendants, the defense has created an image of a case heading for the rocks. But an examination of the ...