8/26/2009 12:15 PM ET
Reporter Katharine Seelye quotes not one but two Planned Parenthood staffers to rebut a Family Research Council claim that taxpayers would have to pay for abortions.
8/12/2009 1:52 PM ET
After years of celebrating liberal protesters, the Times shudders as an "almost entirely white and irritable crowd" of "angry" conservatives hassle Democratic Sen. Arlen Specter about Obama-care.
4/17/2009 11:09 AM ET
Haven't they dwindled away yet? The Times first used the phrase "dwindling band of Republican moderates" back in 1996.
4/3/2009 4:27 PM ET
Kirk Johnson and Katharine Seelye leave the question open about a professor who likened the victims of 9-11 to Nazis: "Is Mr. Churchill, as his supporters contend, a torchbearer for the right to ...
1/19/2009 3:16 PM ET
Katharine Seelye defended Obama's eloquence: "Mr. Obama's speech in March in Philadelphia on race, for instance, was not instantly quotable, but was memorable for the fact of it and praised by ...
11/4/2008 12:50 PM ET
Double standards on the front page on Election Day from Katharine Seelye. While Obama wins in Indiana, Virginia, and other states would be a "disaster" for McCain, a McCain win in Pennsylvania ...
11/3/2008 2:36 PM ET
Katharine Seelye underlines McCain's alleged racial appeals: "As the Republicans try to map out ways in which Mr. McCain could pull off an upset, they see fertile ground in some enclaves in ...
10/29/2008 1:42 PM ET
Katharine Seelye: "You know a campaign is reaching when it starts calling the opponent a 'redistributionist,' as Mr. McCain said of 'Barack the wealth-spreader.'"
10/2/2008 11:38 AM ET
In Timesland, "privacy" = abortion: "Ms. Palin did not say how she could believe in a right to privacy and oppose Roe v. Wade."
10/1/2008 4:41 PM ET
Is the governor of Alaska and VP pick held to a higher standard on foreign policy than Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton was during his first campaign for president?