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CBS This Morning Covers for Obama on Vacation, Golfing After Statement on James Foley’s Murder

Friday’s CBS This Morning dove into the subject of President Obama vacationing in Martha’s Vineyard while events domestically and internationally rage, including the brutal murder of American ...
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NBC Thrilled Over Tiger Woods Complimenting Obama's Golf Game

Wednesday's NBC Today featured a full report on Tiger Woods praising President Obama's golf game, with White House correspondent Peter Alexander cheering the weekend outing as the "most talked ...
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New York Times Again Piles on Liberal Melodrama Over Augusta National Golf Club's Membership Policy

Former New York Times editor and Augusta National crusader Howell Raines must be happy, or at least happier: "Augusta National Golf Club, the private club that hosts the Masters and has come ...
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Times Golf Reporter Crouse Wants to 'Make a Stand,' Refuse to Cover Sexist Masters Tournament

Sorry, Masters golf tournament, you don't meet the exacting standards of feminist activist/golf writer Karen Crouse. The New York Times reporter is not done with her crusade against Augusta ...
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Networks Freak Out Over All Male Golf Club; Katie Couric Lectures: 'Get With the Program'

ABC and NBC could barely contain their contempt while covering the controversy over the all-male Augusta golf club. Katie Couric, guest anchoring Good Morning America on Thursday, lectured the ...

NYT Film Critic Likes 'Old Fashioned Orgy,' Pans G-Rated 'Seven Days in Utopia'

In the September 2 "Weekend Arts" section, Times film critic Stephen Holden hailed an R-rated flick about friends hosting an orgy as a "friendly, ramshackle comedy" while panning a G-rated drama ...

Tiger Tales: Networks Overlook Athletes as Role Models Angle

Coverage of Woods scandal focused largely on the impact to his endorsements and image.

Refreshing Victory for Honesty

Strong character in sport is rare these days. ABC lauds golfer who fessed up.

Washington Post Teed Off about Discrimination in Private Organization

As the Masters Tournament begins, Post mimics earlier Times.
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