3/10/2014 9:38 AM ET
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) sat down for an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Jonathan Karl following his speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), and from the beginning ...
2/10/2014 8:08 AM ET
President Obama has taken it upon himself to bypass Congress and issues numerous executive
orders surrounding ObamaCare and immigration reform despite questionable
constitutional authority. ...
2/4/2014 9:33 PM ET
On Tuesday evening, the networks played to the White House spin that
ObamaCare won't cut jobs since those expected to move out of full-time work would do so voluntarily. "We got a report today ...
1/30/2014 4:57 PM ET
The networks played right into President Obama's hand Wednesday evening
as they touted his push for a minimum wage increase while giving barely
any voice to his Republican opposition. "[T]he ...
1/28/2014 11:04 PM ET
Suddenly, the pro-Obama media think it’s high
time for the executive branch to go completely around the legislative
1/8/2014 8:02 PM ET
ABC, CBS, and NBC ballyhooed former Defense Secretary Robert Gates's attacks on President Obama and other high government officials on their Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning newscasts. NBC's ...
12/24/2013 12:58 PM ET
For the second straight morning, ABC's Jonathan Karl was merely a White
House stenographer when reporting on ObamaCare's year-end deadline,
touting enrollment numbers and parroting White House ...
11/14/2013 7:28 PM ET
On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, Nancy Cordes zeroed in on the three Republican congressmen who grilled top administration officials during a hearing on ObamaCare, ballyhooing that "none of them ...
11/13/2013 7:40 PM ET
On Tuesday, ABC's World News and CBS Evening News both reported the latest poll numbers from the "respected" Quinnipiac University, as CBS's Scott Pelley labeled the institution, regarding ...
11/12/2013 7:16 PM ET
ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Tuesday both picked up the Wall Street Journal's Monday revelation about the HealthCare.gov website – that "fewer than 50,000 people had ...