HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On our Buzz Meter this Sunday the media exposed stunning security lapses by the Secret Service that helped shove its director out the door.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the BuzzMeter this Sunday, as President Obama expands the war on ISIS to Syria, the media debate turns more serious, the criticism more muted.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the Buzz Meter this Sunday, as President Obama defends his airstrikes against ISIS, an anti-war contingent is emerging in the media.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the BuzzMeter this Sunday, with ISIS releasing another beheading video last night showing the murder of a British aid worker and with President Obama now backing military action against these terrorists, are the media fueling a surge in public support for air strikes in Iraq and in Syria and are many pundits beating the war drums?
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the "Buzz Meter" this Sunday, the media plunge into a polarizing debate over whether President Obama should step up military action against the ISIS terrorists in Syria.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the Buzz Meter this Sunday, as journalists flood the streets of Ferguson, getting tear gas, getting arrested, turning their powerful spotlight on the police and the protesters are all those cameras exacerbating the violence?
HOWARD KURTZ, FOX HOST: On the buzzmeter this Sunday, new violence in Ferguson early this morning in defiance of a curfew as the national media chronicles the chaos after the fatal police shooting of an unarmed teenager.
HOWARD KURTZ, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: On the BuzzMeter from Los Angeles this Sunday, President Obama, who vowed to get out of Iraq, ordering limited air strikes against the ISIS militants overrunning the country and killing Christians.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the buzzmeter this Sunday, the nation's capital is consumed by talk of impeachment.
HOWARD KURTZ, HOST: On the Buzzmeter this Sunday, with casualties mounting in the Middle East, the media become a major battlefield.