4/1/2010 5:16 PM ET
Newspaper finds government spent $1.6 billion fighting 'pandemic' one-third as bad as seasonal flu, ignores media exaggeration of swine flu.
3/31/2010 8:05 PM ET
The Washington Post rendered itself indistinguishable from the White House publicity effort on Wednesday. At top center of its front page was an article by reporter Eli Saslow - the man who hailed ...
3/30/2010 11:38 AM ET
After devoting several stories to unsubstantiated allegations of racial epithets by Tea Party protesters last weekend, the Times almost ignored an actual death threat made against a top ...
3/27/2010 5:43 PM ET
"Today's Tea Party adherents are George Wallace legacies," the Washington Post's Colby King charged in his weekly Saturday column. "The angry faces at Tea Party rallies are eerily familiar. They ...
3/26/2010 3:14 PM ET
Eli Saslow follows health care protester, links tea party and conservative protests to violence.
3/24/2010 1:00 AM ET
Media outlets applied two different standards to vice presidents' slips – Cheney's viewed as a breach of decorum and Biden's as 'excited profanity.'
3/20/2010 5:48 PM ET
"He believes networking in the nude to be an absolute moral good." Talk about the incestuous relationship amongst sources, policy-makers and the Washington press corps, a Washington Post story, "A ...
3/19/2010 12:58 PM ET
"It's shaping up to be a great weekend here in Washington," Washington Post business columnist Steven Pearlstein proclaimed Friday, because of the likely "vote in the House that would finally have ...
3/16/2010 3:32 PM ET
While the Times contents itself with a blog post Tuesday portraying Pelosi's proposal as benign, The Washington Post takes the story seriously, putting it on the front page under a blunt headline: ...
3/16/2010 1:00 AM ET
Stevens-Arroyo blasts Fox commentator's position on social justice in Catholic Church.