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The Times Again Corrects Itself on Kerry's "Botched Joke"

The Times still can't nail down the basic details of what Sen. John Kerry said about U.S. troops being "stuck in Iraq."

The Black Hole of Sundance

The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.

Children More at Risk in Red States, Book Claims

A family group voiced deep skepticism Thursday about a new book charging that children in Republican-leaning states are at greater risk than their peers elsewhere because of conservative policies.

"The Bible Belt is the Loire Valley of American Extremism..."

TV critic Alessandra Stanley is off the leash.

CNN Dusts Off 6-Month-Old Study to Push Internet Advertising Regulations

Network's top doc gives just 6 seconds to industry and zero time to talk about parental responsibility.

The Times Botches Kerry's "Botched Joke" Once Again

Doesn't anyone at the Times know what John Kerry actually said? By repeating a pro-Kerry explanation for his "botched joke," Adam Nagourney makes the same mistake his colleague made in November.

CNN's Cho Gives One-Sided Look at Bush Health Plan

Merits of the tax-deduction plan are excluded as reporter turns to Democratic donor for analysis.

"Poignant Commentary on the War" from Bush-Bashing Sen. James Webb

From Kate Zernike's profile of Nancy Pelosi, who is no white male, unlike that boring Dick Cheney. Also, the left's new favorite Bush fighter, James Webb.

Energy: Mission Impossible?

Politicians and the media clamor for energy independence but leave out crucial details.

So What Does the Times Really Think of Bush?

George Bush, "trampler"-in-chief.
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