CNN's Brian Stelter spoke to former CBS correspondent Eric Engberg about his recent post questioning Bill O'Reilly's version of events on his reporting in Argentina. Engberg's one dispute with O'Reilly... "He's not a real reporter."
CNN, Reliable Sources, Feb. 22, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/02/former-cbs-correspondent-takes-apart-bill
Administration officials announced on Tuesday that they will delay by one year the 2010 health care law’s requirement that businesses with 50 or more employees provide health insurance that meets certain standards.
Update: With today's shooting in Newtown, Conn., this article, first published July 24, 2012, unfortunately seems relevant again.
If you want a one-word answer to the question of what's wrong with national reporting, look no further than Politico. Articles full of leaks from unnamed sources, dropped into Politico's inbox for sheer point-scoring. That's the nature of
Jon Stewart did a good job of making me really sad that Bill Moyers is no longer on the air at PBS anymore with this interview this week. Stewart was Moyers first interview segment after coming back on the air at PBS and Stewart was happy to
Pause for another moment of brilliance from Rachel Maddow. Sad that she even has to say it, but she still says it brilliantly. Bottom line? Reporting what people say is not news. Reporting what they DO is news. There's a big, big
Once again, Diebold/Sequoia voting machines rear their ugly heads. This time it's Arizona -- in Maricopa County. Sheriff Arpaio-land. Truthout: Six plaintiffs recently filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County (Phoenix) alleging recently relaxed
Gosh, if you want to deflect a conversation away from the real issues into invention and stirred-up righteousness, I guess one way to do it is for