11/12/2012 11:12 AM ET
During a discussion on Monday, NBC's Today show crew could
barely contain their enthusiasm at the prospect of Hillary Clinton
running for president again in 2016, with new third-hour co-host ...
10/16/2012 12:02 PM ET
All three morning shows on Tuesday highlighted Hillary Clinton "falling
on her sword" and "taking blame" for the growing scandal over Libya. But
NBC and ABC avoided specifics. On Good Morning ...
9/11/2012 9:52 PM ET
Uniquely among the broadcast network evening newscasts, ABC's World News on Tuesday failed to mention Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's criticism of the Obama administration for not ...
9/10/2012 3:54 PM ET
Eager to get a jump-start on biased coverage of the next presidential race, on Monday's NBC Today,
correspondent Andrea Mitchell salivated over a possible Hillary Clinton
run: "Well, the ...
9/6/2012 7:03 AM ET
The worst bias of 1992 includes Eleanor
Clift ogling the new Democratic ticket of Clinton and Gore (“I was
struck by the expanse of their chests. They may have to put out their
stats”), and ...
8/14/2012 12:56 PM ET
CBS This Morning on Tuesday played up how Mitt Romney's campaign had to conduct "a little more damage control" after the GOP presidential candidate held an event at a popular Miami establishment ...
8/9/2012 11:24 AM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams gushed over a speech Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made on a trip to South Africa: "...she
talked about the strength she received from ...
7/19/2012 3:04 PM ET
Seizing on a handful of Republican members of Congress questioning
Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin's supposed tenuous family connections
to the Muslim Brotherhood, on Thursday's NBC Today, ...
7/10/2012 10:59 AM ET
Appearing on Tuesday's NBC Today to promote her new USA series Political Animals,
actress Sigourney Weaver admitted that her character, a former First Lady turned Secretary of State, was based ...
7/3/2012 10:41 AM ET
Steven Lee Myers touts Hillary Clinton, the secretary of state with the "politician's touch," for president in 2016, when she will be "more iconic than ever." "She has an acute attention to