10/26/2006 11:03 AM ET
The Times fronts the controversy over a supposedly racist campaign ad mocking Rep. Harold Ford Jr. for attending a party for Playboy magazine.
10/25/2006 4:42 PM ET
Leading up to election, network repeatedly tells viewers middle class slipping away, American dream 'impossible.'
10/25/2006 1:40 PM ET
"...the real lesson of the Holocaust...is that the line between the victim and the victimizer is razor-thin."
10/25/2006 11:36 AM ET
Reporter Quintanilla debunks substance of claim but insists the blog-fueled plot has oil industry, conservatives on defensive.
10/25/2006 11:15 AM ET
Huh? "If Mr. Fox did forgo medication for the advertisement as Mr. Limbaugh suggested, it could hardly be considered fraudulent: if anything, masking the extent of the disease's ravages is the ...
10/24/2006 3:48 PM ET
Network's competitors at ABC, NBC reported both Ford losses and strong market close.
10/24/2006 3:04 PM ET
'Today' features travelers who want what they want, when they want it, regardless of market price.
10/24/2006 2:52 PM ET
The Times plumps for the "largely conservative voting records" of two centrist-at-best Georgia Democrats.
10/24/2006 2:34 PM ET
Magazine admits first article was 'wrong,' but still wasn't 'inaccurate' journalistically.
10/24/2006 12:49 PM ET
Eduardo Porter asks the question but misses one of the obvious answers: Media bias, including the slant of his own paper.