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Halberstam's Death an Excuse to Dwell on Ominous Iraq-Vietnam Parallels

Dexter Filkins' tribute to a Vietnam War reporter: "During four years of war in Iraq, American reporters on the ground in Baghdad have often found themselves coming under criticism remarkably ...

Only CBS Covers Rap Mogul's Call to Clean Up Lyrics

Couric acknowledges that the call to remove offensive words from rap music is a question of social responsibility, not censorship.

'Astounding paychecks' Scrutinized by 'World News'

ABC looks at how to spend a hedge fund managers pay, but doesn't ask how much they pay in taxes.

"The Latest Indignity" for Iraqis...a Wall to Protect Them

They were happier under Saddam? "But the Adhamiya wall...has fast become a metaphor for the cumulative resentment that Iraqis feel about the violence and disruption of daily life that have brought ...

Adam Nagourney Apologizes for Circulating "Breck Girl" Crack

A Times political reporter writes: Please forgive me for helping Bush in 2004. "Our story may have had the result of not only previewing what the Bush campaign intended to do, but, by introducing ...

Media Blame Businesses in the Wake of Tech Tragedy

Gun makers and sellers vilified for gunman's rampage.

Gay Marriage a "Simple Moral Imperative"

Last year, the Times publisher labeled gay marriage a "fundamental human right." This week, the editorial page seconded that emotion.

Rosie Will Quit on a Sour Note

Footage of embarrassing rant precedes announcement that O'Donnell is leaving The View at the end of the season.

ABC Attacks Reparative Therapy for Homosexuals

Diane Sawyer delivers hit piece based on the story of one disappointed lesbian.

Prominent Critics Rip Into Awful Coverage of the Duke "Rape" Hoax

Former Times Public Editor Daniel Okrent called the Times' coverage "heartbreaking."
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