2/3/2011 4:43 PM ET
Twice in two days, the Times has insisted the Egyptian Islamist group has renounced violence. Yet the group's Palestinian branch is Hamas, a terrorist organization committed to the destruction of ...
2/3/2011 2:45 PM ET
According to health reporter Robert Pear, the Family Research Council is a "conservative group," while the Planned Parenthood Federation of America is merely an "advocate for women's health."
2/2/2011 1:29 PM ET
The Times health reporter characterizes Judge Roger Vinson's ruling Obama-care as unconstitutional in ideological terms, but fails to label opponents of the ruling as liberal.
1/18/2011 1:03 PM ET
Labeling disparity: In a story on Congress marking the shootings in Tucson, the Times notes that two senators will be sitting together at Obama's upcoming State of the Union address: Tom Coburn, a ...
1/17/2011 6:54 PM ET
The New York Times twice attributed Tucson shooter Jared Loughner's nutty views to "right-wing extremist groups" - yet failed to call his 9-11 Truth beliefs or loathing of President Bush leftist ...
1/17/2011 2:46 PM ET
The Times twice attributed Loughner's nutty views to "right-wing extremist groups" - yet failed to call his 9-11 Truth beliefs or loathing of President Bush leftist or liberal.
1/10/2011 12:31 PM ET
An unbiased fount of facts? "Some people who study right-wing militia groups and those who align themselves with the so-called Patriot movement said Mr. Loughner's comments on subjects like the ...
1/5/2011 3:54 PM ET
After the shock departure of two of its veteran reporters, Jeremy Peters ponders the future of the "muckraking" Village Voice, without a hint of its proud tradition of counter-cultural leftism.
1/5/2011 1:42 PM ET
The front of the Times told a heart-rending story from the Arizona border, of a pregnant Mexican woman being deported who had tried to waddle north to America for a better life. Reporter Marc ...
12/28/2010 2:30 PM ET
Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor "has displayed a quality - call it what you will - that is alert to the humanity of the people whose cases make their way to the Supreme Court," says Supreme Court ...