1/21/2013 1:29 PM ET
A panel discussion on Monday's NBC Today on President Obama's
second term quickly devolved into anti-Republican ranting, with
correspondent Andrea Mitchell proclaiming: "It's been so toxic ...
11/2/2012 4:36 PM ET
As the Big Three's evening newscasts ignored the latest in the
controversy over the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi,
Libya for seven straight days, their morning shows ...
11/2/2012 11:28 AM ET
Appearing on Friday's NBC Today, special correspondent Tom Brokaw strained to explain why New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg endorsing President Obama would be helpful: "[It]
may not move the ...
10/16/2012 4:38 PM ET
Tom Brokaw had his Jimmy Carter moment on Tuesday. The veteran journalist appeared on MSNBC's The Cycle
to call for Americans to accept a permanent lowering of their standard
of living. ...
10/16/2012 8:06 AM ET
If history is a reliable guide, Mitt Romney has twice the chance of facing a hostile liberal question Tuesday night as Barack Obama has of facing a question based on a conservative agenda, as the ...
9/28/2012 6:27 PM ET
ABC's Jake Tapper's Thursday report on World News stands alone as the only Big Three coverage so far of what The Daily Beast's Eli Lake reported on Wednesday -- that U.S. intelligence officials ...
9/28/2012 12:39 PM ET
On Friday's NBC Today, special correspondent Tom Brokaw
demonstrated the blatant media effort to ignore Obama administration
failures surrounding the consulate attack in Libya: "Romney ...
9/7/2012 1:51 AM ET
Brian Williams, during NBC’s Thursday night coverage of the DNC,
unleashed the biggest howler of the night when he told White House
Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett: “You, I guess have to play ...
9/5/2012 10:54 PM ET
At the same time his company’s cable outlet MSNBC was having a
Democratic lovefest during the DNC, NBC’s Tom Brokaw had the audacity to
deny liberal bias was a problem right to Sean Hannity’s ...
9/2/2012 10:46 PM ET
“I’m frankly, fed up, with the one-sided bias,” a frustrated Newt Gingrich asserted on Sunday’s Meet the Press, citing two blatant examples. First: “Where is the outrage over overt, deliberate ...