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MSNBC Promotes Findings of Roosevelt Institute Liberals Pushing 'New Family Strategy'
7/28/2010 12:36 PM ET
During MSNBC's live news coverage on Tuesday afternoon, anchor Chris Jansing demonstrated her apparent ignorance of the statistical maxim "correlation does not imply causation." Interviewing the ...
Media Applaud Teen Abortion on 'Friday Night Lights'
7/12/2010 1:00 AM ET
High school football drama ventures into taboo, media celebrate 'apolitical' portrayal.
Newsweek Promotes Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill
7/7/2010 1:00 AM ET
Op-ed advocates giving teens parent-free access to contraception by removing prescription wall
Washington Post Says Abstinence Programs 'Might Work' Just Days after Attacking Them
2/2/2010 2:00 AM ET
'Landmark study' finds lower sexual activity among teens in abstinence-only vs. other programs.
U.S. News' Erbe Equates Conservative Christians with Radical Terrorists
9/21/2009 1:00 AM ET
New data about religiosity and teen birth leads columnist to imply red states are breeding grounds for terrorism.
MTV Acts Responsibly?
8/1/2009 6:45 AM ET
The MTV summer series "16 and Pregnant" explored the very real-world consequences of the hook-up culture that MTV usually promotes.
ABC: Abstinence Still Not an Effective Means of Birth Control
6/24/2009 1:00 AM ET
A Primetime special devoted to exposing teenage parenthood still couldn't promote waiting to have sex as a truly viable option.
The Toxic Tube Made Them Do It
11/28/2008 2:00 AM ET
Kids spend more time with media than they do anything else, except sleep. Why are we surprised it impacts their behavior?
SVU Sends Pro-Life Message, but Swipes at Bristol Palin
11/13/2008 2:00 AM ET
NBC's popular crime show bases an episode on the real life high school pregnancy pact, but can't resist a gratuitous dig at the much-maligned Palin family.
Sexy TV Shows, Violent Video Games Linked to Teen Sex, Aggression
11/3/2008 2:00 AM ET
Two studies published by Pediatrics find that sexy TV shows are associated with higher teen pregnancy rates, and violent video games with increased hostility in children.
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