9/29/2010 5:08 PM ET
But journalists complain right filled with 'anti-science' types.
9/1/2010 12:58 PM ET
Natalie Angier takes on the insulting honorific, then insults men: "Behind the link between 'ma'am' and 'old' is the familiar feminist observation that, whereas a man remains 'mister' and 'sir' ...
3/17/2010 3:02 PM ET
Writer says Hollywood will help get environmental message out, as if it doesn't already.
12/2/2009 3:01 PM ET
Even as Copenhagen looms, broadcast news ignores e-mails suggesting warming alarmists 'manipulated' data, conspired to destroy information and thwarted peer reviews.
12/1/2009 8:50 PM ET
Unpredictable New York Times science columnist John Tierney reads the hacked Climate-gate emails and finds "smug groupthink" and revenge plots "against those who question the dangers of global ...
7/10/2009 2:47 PM ET
Cornelia Dean chides the public for doubting the undeniably harmful effects of global warming: "...about a third of Americans think there is lively scientific debate on both topics; in ...
6/17/2009 4:15 PM ET
For his "extraordinary" accomplishments in just "a matter of weeks of taking office," the June edition of Scientific American magazine is honoring Barack Obama as one of ten people "who have ...
5/20/2009 9:49 AM ET
MSNBC host belittles California congressman Dana Rohrabacher for not buying into man-caused global warming.
3/25/2009 12:54 PM ET
A cheap shot against the former president in a story about...a giant amoeba?
1/27/2009 2:30 PM ET
Science reporter Dennis Overbye lets the tears flow over Obama: "...you could feel a dark cloud lifting like a sigh from the shoulders of the scientific community in this country."