Linda Greenhouse Loses Her Abortion Balance

After keeping them under wraps yesterday, Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse discreetly waves her pro-abortion colors in a "news analysis."

Still Swerving Around the "Partial-Birth Abortion" Label

The Times avoids the "provocative" (but accurate) label of "partial-birth abortion" in headlines, while fencing the phrase with quotation marks in stories.

Media Fret About Abortion Restriction

The liberal media were wringing their hands in anguish about the loss of abortion rights as they reported the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision Wednesday upholding a ban on partial-birth abortions.

"What Opponents of the Procedure Call...."

The procedure that shall not be named: Partial-birth abortion.

What a Difference a Judge Makes

The magnitude of who gets to appoint the next justice to the United States Supreme Court is supremely illustrated by the Court's ruling today upholding the congressional ban on partial birth abortion.

A Supreme Setback for the Times

Two Times reporters called Islamic charity groups suspected of terrorist ties, in advance of government raids - and the Supreme Court yesterday refused to stop a federal prosecutor from reviewing ...

Big Tobacco and the Supreme Court: Double Jeopardy, Civil-Style?

This Halloween, the Supreme Court will determine how much plaintiffs can scare up in punitive damages.

The Return of Linda Greenhouse

Linda Greenhouse, back in the lead after revelations about her left-wing outburst at Harvard in June.

Today's Big News: Percentage of Women Among Supreme Court Law Clerks

Stop the presses! Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse gets front-page play for breaking news: "Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices' Clerks."

NY Times Spins Lawyer-Friendly Ruling as 'Employee-Friendly'

Washington Post alludes to costs the ruling is likely to impose on businesses.
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