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Audit Notes: Nocera on Wallison, The Corporate Court, Wall Street Pay

Joe Nocera weighed in Saturday on the ridiculous document released by the Republicans on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Here... More

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Climbing the Medicaid mountain

The press is starting to master the policy angles. Now for the people

The Affordable Care Act envisions a major expansion of health insurance in America, with some 30 million Americans gaining coverage.... More

Health Reform and the Supreme Court: Day One

Press coverage offers a little something for everyone

Press coverage of the Affordable Care Act’s debut before the Supreme Court yesterday offered a little bit of everything. The... More

Health Reform and the Supreme Court: Day Three

The press reads the tea leaves

As the Supreme Court ended oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act, addressing whether the law can stand alone without... More

Health Reform and the Supreme Court: Day Two

Press coverage focuses on the individual mandate

There was one near-universal takeaway from Day Two of oral arguments before the Supreme Court: The requirement that almost all... More

Hell Yes to Hell No

New book flags ways US targets dissent

Hell No: Your Right to Dissent in 21st-Century America | By Michael Ratner & Margaret Ratner Kunstler | The New... More

Q & A: Election Law Expert Richard L. Hasen

How the press fared covering the post-Citizens United landscape, and stories to do now

On the eve of the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court's controversial decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election... More

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Spinning the Supreme Court’s healthcare decision

The press rides a PR tsunami on Obamacare

In the days before and after the Supreme Court’s decision, spin doctors were hard at work peddling their experts, positions,... More

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The healthcare whatyamacallit

What’s a reporter to call that payment thing—tax or penalty?

The Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act handed journalists something of a semantic dilemma. What do we call... More

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The MSM overlooks a Supreme Court scoop

CBS’s Jan Crawford says Roberts flip-flopped on healthcare reform; why aren’t other outlets biting?

There was some pretty spectacular misreporting last week by the likes of CNN and Fox News on the Supreme Court’s... More

Why one editor won’t run any more op-eds by the Heritage Foundation’s top economist - A reply to Paul Krugman on state taxes and job growth made some incorrect claims

This is how Tehran Bureau covers Iran - Its reporting model, using undercover journalists and distant editors, is one way to cover closed societies

Alessandra Stanley’s troubling history of error - Scrutiny alone isn’t enough to solve the problem

Why Bill Simmons might leave ESPN - Other outlets would jump at the chance to gain his following

Simon & Schuster should come clean about discredited Monroe/DiMaggio book - C. David Heymann’s Joe and Marilyn is full of highly dubious information—just like many of his previous books


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