7/17/2012 9:24 AM ET
In an interview with Republican strategist Steve Schmidt on Monday's NBC
Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie portrayed Mitt Romney's decision not to
release more tax returns as a sign of guilt: ...
7/16/2012 4:42 PM ET
At the top of Monday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie kept up the drum beat for Mitt Romney to release more tax returns as she proclaimed: "Mounting
pressure. Mitt Romney facing new calls ...
7/16/2012 11:30 AM ET
In an interview with Meet the Press moderator David Gregory for the Sunday show's web-based feature Press Pass, USA's Political Animals star Sigourney Weaver explained her support for President ...
7/13/2012 4:49 PM ET
In a nasty rant at the end of Thursday's Rock Center on NBC, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams slammed the hosts of FNC's morning show for daring to criticize the uniforms for the U.S. Olympic ...
7/13/2012 12:42 PM ET
In a campaign report for Friday's NBC Today, correspondent
Peter Alexander touted a sound bite of President Obama telling CBS's
Charlie Rose: "...the nature of this office is also to tell a ...
7/13/2012 12:34 PM ET
Occupy violence erupted in Los Angeles on Thursday with protesters using
slogans such as "Kill the cops." NBC skipped the story on Friday's Today. CBS This Morning and ABC's Good Morning America ...
7/13/2012 10:30 AM ET
In an interview aired on Friday's NBC Today, former President Bill
Clinton began by attacking Republicans: "I'm not sure both sides want
the economy to get better....I know what Senator ...
7/12/2012 5:26 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today about Mitt
Romney's NAACP speech, advertising executive Donny Deutsch gave credit
to the Republican presidential candidate for making the ...
7/12/2012 3:51 PM ET
All three morning shows on Thursday ignored the House vote to repeal
ObamaCare. Despite finding time for such important topics as women who
are addicted to tanning, Good Morning America, as ...
7/12/2012 3:35 PM ET
President’s plan would raise taxes on wealthy in 2013, and everyone after one year, but ABC, CBS and NBC favor tax-cut talk.