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Networks Fail to Cover News Taliban Detainee Swapped for Bergdahl Trying to Rejoin Terrorist Group

On Thursday night, the major broadcast networks declined to cover reports that one of the five Taliban detainees swapped for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in May 2014 has been seeking to rejoin the ...
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Networks Fail to Cover WH Spokesman Refusing to Call the Taliban a Terrorist Organization

During the daily White House press briefing on Wednesday, Deputy Spokesman Eric Schultz had an exchange with ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl where ...
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Networks Combine for Two Minutes on Fall of Yemen’s Government; Spend 11 Minutes on Deflategate

On Thursday night, the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC each covered the news that the United States-backed government in Yemen had fallen after rebels stormed the capital city of Sana’a and ...
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What Could go Wrong?

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Brian Williams to Former CIA Director Hayden: 'How Are We Better Than Our Enemies?'

During an exclusive interview with former NSA and CIA Director Michael Hayden on Tuesday’s NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams felt that it was worth creating a moral equivalency by asking ...
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CBS’s Pelley Asks Former Acting CIA Director If He Feels ‘Ashamed’ After Release of ‘Torture’ Report

On Tuesday night, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley did little to hide his liberal bias when it came to supporting the release of the report by Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee ...
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Fort Hood Justice, Delayed and Ignored

If you’ve forgotten the 2009 mass killing at Fort Hood, then the media have scored a point for President Obama. The Pentagon dismissed the terrorist attack as “workplace violence,” the Obama ...
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MSNBC's Hayes: 'We Should Respond to Terrorism' By 'Calmly' Saying 'You Will Lose'

After initially ignoring reports that two Muslim extremists in London savagely murdered a British soldier in broad daylight, MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Friday finally included the story on his All ...
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AP Phone Records Furor Breaks 335 Days of Silence on Obama Leak Scandal

The media furor that began Monday night over the Justice Department obtaining two months of phone records from the Associated Press marks the first time since June 12, 2012 that any of the Big ...
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CNN's Morgan Was 'Absolutely Thrilled' When Obama Pledged to Close Guantanamo

On Thursday's Piers Morgan Tonight, during an interview with Obama supporter and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, host Piers Morgan declared that he was "absolutely thrilled" when President ...
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