Times Questions Giuliani's 9-11 Presence - Yet Never Challenged Kerry's Vietnam Stories

Giuliani's presence at Ground Zero after 9-11 gets scrutiny completely absent from the Times' coverage of John Kerry's Vietnam record.

Times' Disappointment As Bush's Wiretapping Bill Sails Through Congress

Jim Rutenberg: "Democratic memories are still fresh with attacks Mr. Bush used in 2004 against Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts, a presidential rival he portrayed as 'weak on terror.' That Mr. ...

Tom Tancredo Too Extreme for Even Tough-Talking GOP - But What About Obama Remarks?

Marc Santora: "Tough is a brand all the Republican candidates want to own as they run for president. Tough on terrorism, tough on crime, tough on Democrats. But Representative Tom Tancredo, ...

Data Mining: Bad When It Fights Terror, Good When It Boosts Times Bottom Line

A reminder of hypocrisy at the Times.

Times Editor Questions the Timing of Terror Alerts

Times Weekend Editor Marty Gottlieb "was mindful of a history of orange alerts that came at politically convenient times and previous terror plots that wound up amounting to less than they first ...

The Times Again Dismisses Seriousness of Kennedy Airport Terror Threat

"Papers Portray Plot as More Talk than Action"

Kennedy Airport Terror Plot Doesn't Make Times' Main Section

The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times found the Kennedy Airport terror plot worthy of the front page - but the hometown paper downplayed the threat in its own backyard.

Debate Double Standards

GOP candidates flashed "conservative credentials" before an "overwhelmingly conservative" crowd - but Democrats don't try to appeal to liberals?

Blame "Legal Gaffes" and Guns, Not Evil Men, for Virginia Tech Murders

The Times suddenly gets tough about homeland security: "After two years of pleas by Senator Lautenberg, the White House finally endorsed a proposal that would give the attorney general authority ...

Nina Bernstein, Back on the Pro-Immigration Beat

Do illegal immigrants really raise wages for U.S. workers? And did the detention of Muslims after 9-11 equal the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.
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