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Nets Tout Obama's 'Historic' and 'Transformational' Speech in Cairo

Thursday's network evening newscasts gave positive reviews to President Obama's Cairo speech, with NBC the most glowingly positive. NBC quoted one observer who said she got "goose pimples," and ...

Obama, Media Likely Wrong on 2009 Job Figures ... By May

Finding the 'glass half full,' nets and newspapers find good news about job loss, ignore failure of stimulus to halt rising unemployment.

NBC, ABC Attack Governor and California Voters for Proposed Termination of 'Essential Services'

The 'Today Show' and 'World News' mourn California's proposed budget cuts, despite the state's failing economy.

NBC Skips Islamic Conversion of Shooter, Trip to Yemen

Tuesday's Today show completely ignored two facts about a man who murdered a soldier at an Army recruiting station in Arkansas: He had just converted to Islam and was being investigated by the FBI ...

Media: Tiller a Martyr, Abortion Not Killing and Pro-Lifers are Crazy

In reporting his murder, networks and blogs paint late-term abortionist Tiller as courageous defender of women.

Never Liberal Enough: Networks Also Doubted Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Pro-Abortion Credentials in '93

This isn't the first time the networks have channeled the worries of liberal pro-abortion groups about a Democratic President's Supreme Court nominee. Sixteen years ago, President Clinton picked ...

ABC Offers Skeptical Take on Obama's Stimulus Claims; CBS, NBC Uncritical

On Friday's Good Morning America, ABC's Jake Tapper provided a skeptical, challenging analysis of the Obama administration's claims about the economic stimulus bill. Tapper wondered: "How much of ...

'Nightly News' Praises 'Hope,' Jobs 'Saved or Created' by Stimulus

NBC correspondent Lisa Myers touts how $8.5-million stimulus 'bridge-to-the-middle-of-nowhere' save a Missouri community.

Media Myth: Networks Ignore Trillion-Dollar Price Tag of Climate Cap Bill

Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill leaves committee while ABC, CBS, NBC remain silent.
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