Indictment

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In Two Days, Networks Devote 25 Minutes to Rick Perry's Indictment

In just two days, the three network morning and evening shows deluged viewers with over 25 minutes of coverage (17 stories) on the indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry. These programs made sure ...
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Group Behind Perry’s Indictment Got $500K from Soros

Networks ignore Soros connection, hype indictment charge.
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Networks Continue to Hype Perry Indictment, Ignore Prominent Liberals Defending Him

All three network morning shows on Monday continued to hype the Friday indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry, but none of the broadcasts mentioned prominent liberals like Obama adviser David ...

Seelye Again Flubs John Edwards' Democratic ID; Zeleny Calls Indictment a 'Tragedy All the Way Around'

Jeff Zeleny on Washington Week in Review has some doubts about the campaign finance prosecution of John Edwards: "And of course, it's not ended very well for him and it's a tragedy all the way ...

Chris Matthews Sees Edwards Indictment as GOP 'Revenge,' Like in 'Third World Countries'

On Friday's Hardball on MSNBC, host Chris Matthews proposed a GOP conspiracy behind the indictment of former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards: "Do you think there's politics in this ...

NBC: 'Critics Blast' 'Bad Case' Against John Edwards, 'Did Government Overreach?'

At the top of Monday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer touted objections to the indictment of former Democratic Senator John Edwards: "Some critics blast the government's case against the former ...

Times Initially Omits John Edwards' Party ID After Indictment; Quick to Label Troubled GOP

Katharine Seelye's initial online report on the indictment on campaign finance violations of John Edwards, the former senator and 2008 Democratic presidential candidate left out one crucial word: ...

Indictment of a Top Hillary Fundraiser - Hsu Cares?

Relegating the indictment of a top Hillary Clinton fundraiser to a brief story, without a byline and with a boring headline.

Will Barry Bonds Get Off the Low Road?

Will the slugger do what's best for baseball and for the nation, and accept responsibility for what he's done? Or will he continue his selfish, feeble effort to protect himself?
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