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Networks Boost First Lady in ‘Food Fight’ Over School Lunches

More than 60 percent of outside experts in ABC, CBS and NBC reports argue in favor of school lunch requirements.
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Networks Spend Over 20 Minutes Protecting Hillary Clinton from 'Nasty' GOP

With over two years to go until the 2016 presidential election, the media are already trying to ban unflattering topics about Hillary Clinton. From Tuesday morning through Thursday morning, ...
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NBC Rushes to Defend Hillary Clinton from Karl Rove

On Tuesday, the cast of NBC's Today felt it necessary to spend a minute of air time defending Hillary Clinton from Karl Rove raising questions about her health, with co-host Savannah Guthrie ...
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Media Credited ‘Let’s Move’ With Obesity Drop, Ignore Flawed CDC Data

 Reuters reports childhood obesity may not be declining after all.
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Pelosi On Affordable Care Act: ‘Captures the Spirit of our Founders’

Pelosi praises Obamacare while new poll shows most Americans disapprove. 
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FDA Still Says BPA OK; Networks Continue Criticism

Bisphenol A ‘safe at the very low levels that occur in some foods,’ but that doesn’t stop broadcasts from questioning its safety.
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CDC Exonerates Vaccines Years After Media Stirred Up Fears

Dr. Frank DeStefano studied over 1,000 children; found no vaccine-autism connection.
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NYT's Kim Severson Chides 'Fat' Mississippians for Rejecting Food Regulations

Atlanta bureau chief Kim Severson mocks Mississippians: "To that end, the people who govern the state with the highest rate of obesity in the nation have passed a bill saying that any law that ...
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NBCNews.com Hypes Danger of Moderate Drinking

Promotes study linking alcohol to cancer deaths, but ignores critics of the science.

Hard-Left Sunday at the NYT: 'Phony Hero' Gen. David Petraeus; 'Dried Seaweed' as Snack Food

From pushing dried seaweed as a snack food to calling General David Petraeus "A Phony Hero for a Phony War," the New York Times Sunday Review section continues its lurch to the left under editor ...
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