11/24/2008 1:41 PM ET
Time Magazine journalist Mark Halperin ripped contrasting NYT profiles of Cindy McCain and Michelle Obama (both written by Jodi Kantor, pictured) as his prime examples of slanted campaign coverage.
11/13/2008 1:00 PM ET
A Times parody sounds a bit like the wish-list of the Times editorial page: "Articles described a nation turned hard left: nationalized oil companies, a 'maximum wage' law, the enactment of ...
11/4/2008 4:06 PM ET
"But on the social issues - gun control, abortion, gay marriage, religion - I'm not sure we're that even-handed....Journalists move easily in the world of business Republicans, less easily in the ...
11/4/2008 2:33 PM ET
And the winner is...
10/20/2008 12:42 PM ET
...but Clark Hoyt then cited a report saying "a link between reporters' political beliefs and news coverage has never been convincingly established."
9/24/2008 12:48 PM ET
Campaign spokesman Michael Goldfarb: "Today the New York Times launched its latest attack on this campaign in its capacity as an Obama advocacy organization....willful disregard of the truth."
9/24/2008 10:21 AM ET
The paper reverses its previous opinion that the show was "generally friendly territory for politicians." Plus: Barbara Walters claims "I don't think anyone knows my political opinions." Really now?
9/23/2008 12:05 PM ET
Clay Waters detailed the paper's liberal slant for Fox News Channel's Bill Hemmer on Tuesday morning.
9/12/2008 12:43 PM ET
The Obama camp is relying on its media allies to tackle Palin for them: "[Obama's] aides said they were looking to the news media to debunk the image of her as a blue-collar reformer..."
9/4/2008 12:09 PM ET
Reporter Jim Rutenberg sees charges of liberal media bias as a campaign tactic, not a genuine concern.