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CNN's Roberts: Obama's $162,100 Senate salary 'modest'

Perhaps anchor should announce his earnings along with candidate's reported income.

Acquitted of Pollution Charges, Newmont Mining Takes on a Times' Reporter

Accusations by reporter Jane Perlez against a mining company in Indonesia made the front page in 2004, while the company's 2007 acquittal was relegated to Page 8. Now the company is suing.

Media Dance on Falwell's Grave

Didn't their mothers teach them not to speak ill of the dead?

A Thieving Dictator Only U.S. Media Could Love

Despite his threat to American business interests, Hugo Chavez is still the 'friendly' darling of the network news.

Debate Double Standards

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

On Death of Jerry Falwell, Times Talks Teletubbies

But the infamous debate over "Tinky Winky," the "gay Teletubby," was started not by Falwell but by gay liberals.

USA TODAY Ranks Top 25 TV Moments

List points out many major culprits contributing to the media assault on traditional values and personal responsibility.

Couric: 'Corporate America Is Out to Get' Your Kids

CBS report attacks businesses, doesn't give them a chance to respond.

The GOP's "Political Dossier" on a Freshman Democrat

Scary stuff or just politics as usual?

Muted Anti-Bush Protest on College Campus? Stop the Presses

News flash! Bush fails to get universal welcome on college campus!
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