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CBS: Parents Need Government Help to Raise Kids

Couric showcases expert who claims parents can't overcome advertising industry influence on children without assistance.

Online Dating Battle: What's Wrong With Dating Services Rejecting Unsuitable Suitors?

People magazine and NBC run competitor's ads attacking a company for responsibly turning down applicants unlikely to make good marriage partners.

Live Green, Die Green

Latest installment in green lifestyle stories urges making one's final decision earth-friendly.

Readers Take on the Times' Lousy Coverage of the Duke "Rape" Hoax

Public Editor Barney Calame gets a chilly send-off - five letters criticizing the Times' slanted coverage of phony rape allegations against the Duke lacrosse team.

"Unclear What Role, If Any, Religion Played" in Fort Dix Six Terror Plot?

In the face of clear evidence, reporter Alan Feuer claimed "It is unclear what role, if any, religion played in the attack Mr. Shnewer and the five other men are charged with planning."

'Inquisition' Docudrama Pillories Catholic Church

Is PBS trying to discredit contemporary Christian teachings about morality and personal responsibility by setting up a straw man?

ABC Excludes Capitalist Reason Behind 'No Impact' Experiment

'Nightline' lauds the man without toilet paper, but never mentions his book contract.

The "Cult" of Mitt Romney

The Christian Right distrusts Mitt Romney's Mormon beliefs - but liberals and mainstream media don't?

Sciolino Still Holds a Grudge over France's Conservative Sarkozy

He's so mean: "President-elect Nicolas Sarkozy, by contrast, does not believe in saying he is sorry."

Times Aching for Singer Akon, Dropped by Verizon for Simulated Sex With Teen

The Times defends an R&B singer who simulated sex onstage with a 14-year-old girl: "Yet others say...Verizon acted unfairly, and perhaps without considering whether Akon could have known his ...
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