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The New York Times published a big front-page scoop documenting Russian special forces operating in Ukraine. And then they published a correction--of sorts.
The Washington Post editorializes in favor of secretive corporate-friendly trade arrangements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). But news coverage can put its thumb on the scales in favor of the pro-TPP side too.
David Brooks says the Middle East thinks Obama has a "manhood" problem.
There are plenty of reasons to be skeptical about reports about the military strikes in Yemen.
Pundit David Brooks reacts to the Pulitzers: "I'm a little made nervous by the fact that [reporters] really did benefit by what I think of as a repellent, unpatriotic act."
In a USA Today op-ed, Fox News liberal Kirsten Powers weighs in on Brandeis University's decision to rescind its offer to honor the anti-Muslim activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali during commencement activities.
A new book argues that the conventional wisdom about kids and parenting isn't just misguided or inaccurate; it forms a worldview reinforces and recommends a specific, deeply conservative, political ideology.
CBS host Bob Schieffer wanted an expert on Ukraine, so he woke up John McCain.
A merger of two massive media companies--which raises some fundamental questions about one corporation holding enormous power over cable, broadband and programming--isn't generating any interest over at MSNBC.
Time's Jon Meacham is, once again, telling readers to think differently about the Bush family.
Right-wing pundits spin the new Obamacare numbers. Media botch the timeline on Israel/Palestine negotiations. Bill O'Reilly finds Judeo-Christian roots on the Supreme Court walls--but misses everything else that's there.