President Obama fielded mostly softball questions Monday in what was billed as his last news conference of his first term.
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There was a time when news reporters who covered politics were expected to keep their partisan leanings or preferences to themselves. That time is nearly gone.
What is the mainstream media’s excuse for cautiously engaging the president on Libya? Aren’t we supposed to be watchdogs?
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CNN Managing Editor Mark Whitaker, has sent out an internal memo defending her performance at the debate Tuesday night, calling it a “superb job.”
Debate moderator Jim Lehrer framed most of his debate questions Wednesday night to draw out and make clearer the policy differences between President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Conventions do provide a valuable resource for voters seeking to learn more about the parties, the issues, the candidates and what they stand for and against.
When it comes to going up to bat against questions from the news media, the only pitches President Obama likes to see are softballs.
The New York Times' latest hatchet job on Mitt Romney focuses on his house in La Jolla, California.