5/2/2012 4:22 PM ET
Talking to NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams about President
Obama's surprise trip to Afghanistan on Wednesday's Today, co-host Ann
Curry hoped the move would quiet Republicans: ...
5/2/2012 1:20 PM ET
The same networks that huffed and whined about George W. Bush's secret
trip to Iraq over Thanksgiving in 2003, calling it an "embarrassing"
"presidential shell game," had no such harsh ...
5/2/2012 12:25 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, panelist and attorney Star Jones fretted over a recent campaign ad mocking President Obama's celebrity status and implied racial overtones in the criticism: "...what ...
5/1/2012 2:37 PM ET
In an interview with senior Mitt Romney campaign adviser Ed Gillespie on
Sunday's Meet the Press, moderator David Gregory noted how President
Obama was "certainly using" the one-year ...
5/1/2012 12:48 PM ET
Of the three evening news anchors, by far the most admiring of Obama is NBC’s Brian Williams who has -- no big surprise -- been rewarded with exclusive access to the White House Situation Room for ...
5/1/2012 10:48 AM ET
Despite Wisconsin's unemployment rate being well below the national rate
and steadily falling, on Saturday's NBC Nightly News correspondent Ron
Allen selectively hyped job losses: "With the ...
4/30/2012 1:01 PM ET
In a fawning interview with Barack Obama's half-sister Auma Obama on
Monday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry lobbed softballs about the
President: "...you describe an almost instantaneous ...
4/30/2012 10:58 AM ET
On Monday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry could barely contain her glee
over President Obama's comedic performance at Saturday's White House
Correspondents' Dinner: "I mean, he is Shecky, ...
4/27/2012 11:43 AM ET
At the top of Thursday's NBC Nightly News, fill-in anchor Savannah Guthrie proclaimed: "Fired for trying to get pregnant. Tonight,
the teacher versus the Catholic school." Guthrie was referring ...
4/27/2012 11:40 AM ET
In three years since the Senate last passed a budget, attempts to curtail spending have been criticized by media.