3/15/2006 10:21 PM ET
Since his retirement, Walter Cronkite, anchor of the CBS Evening News from 1962 to 1981, has made clear his liberal views on a range of issues, including how being a liberal is essential to being ...
3/5/2006 11:14 PM ET
Dan Rather ascended to the CBS Evening News anchor chair on March 9, 1981. Since then, his on-air liberal bias has become the stuff of legend. To find out why, read and watch MRC-selected Dan ...
9/3/2003 9:21 PM ET
On September 5, 1983, Peter Jennings took the helm of ABC’s World News Tonight as its sole anchor. While based in ABC’s London bureau from 1978 to 1983, Jennings had shared anchor duties with ...
4/21/2003 9:25 PM ET
ABC's Peter Jennings was consistently critical of the American military effort in Iraq, as a compilation of more than 70 items from Media War Watch demonstrate.
12/6/2002 11:31 PM ET
New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines has consistently and aggressively promoted liberal policies throughout his career. Listed on this page are what others have said about the head man at ...
5/20/2002 9:34 PM ET
George Stephanopoulos will take over as the solo host of ABC's Sunday interview show This Week in the fall, ABC News President David Westin announced on June 18. Stephanopoulos's rise has been ...
5/13/2002 9:40 PM ET
Former President Jimmy Carter recently completed a tour of Cuba that created a flurry of network coverage and provided viewers with a fleeting glimpse inside the island nation.
4/22/2002 9:50 PM ET
ABC's World News Tonight anchor Peter Jennings has demonstrated a pro-Palestinian, pro-Arab bias in Middle East coverage for years.
1/23/2002 11:37 PM ET
Connie Chung Tonight will become part of CNN's prime time lineup on June 24. In anticipation of the new show, the MRC takes a look back at some of Chung's most outrageous incidents of liberal bias.
7/13/2000 9:47 PM ET
Check out videos of Gumbel at his most biased in "Top Ten Gumbel Stumbles" and read a staggering anthology of the liberal activist-anchor's personal bias masquerading as journalism.