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Selling the Social Security Scare: A "fix" that won’t solve a "crisis" that doesn’t exist By Seth Ackerman (January/February 2005)

The Emperor's New Hump: The New York Times killed a story that could have changed the election—because it could have changed the election By Dave Lindorff (January/February 2005)

The Fairness Doctrine: How we lost it, and why we need it back By Steve Rendall (January/February 2005)

Meet the Stenographers: Press shirks duty to scrutinize official claims By Steve Rendall (November/December 2004)

Journalistic Balance as Global Warming Bias: Creating controversy where science finds consensus By Jules Boykoff and Maxwell Boykoff (November/December 2004)

A Different Race: The black press reveals gaps in mainstream election coverage By Jacqueline Bacon (November/December 2004)

It's the Economy, Stupidly: Jobs reporting protects Bush's job By Peter Hart (September/October 2004)

Media's Gay Marriage Consensus: Insider critics charge press didn't play it straight By Julie Hollar (September/October 2004)

I'm Not a Leftist, But I Play One on TV: Progressives excluded as right battles center By Steve Rendall and Anna Kosseff (September/October 2004)

Not Even the New Republic By Steve Rendall and Anna Kosseff (September/October 2004)

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As`ad AbuKhalil on Mideast democracy, Laurie Garrett on exit memo (3/11/05-3/17/05)

John Hockenberry on Million Dollar Baby, Dahr Jamail on Iraq (3/4/05-3/10/05)

Stephen Zunes on Syria, Terry Allen on John Negroponte (2/25/05-3/3/05)

Ian Williams on UN oil-for-food "scandal," Chris Paterson on Eason Jordan (2/18/05-2/24/05)

Richard Kogan on Bush's budget, Melanie Sloan on network TV ad policies (2/11/05-2/17/05)

Frank Brodhead on Iraq elections, Tiffiniy Cheng on Eyes on the Prize (2/4/05-2/10/05)

Phyllis Bennis on Bush's inauguration speech, Bob McChesney on Michael Powell (1/28/05-2/3/05)

Mark Weisbrot on Social Security, Sheldon Rampton on Armstrong Williams (1/21/05-1/27/05)

Mark Danner on torture (1/14/05-1/20/05)

Fawaz Gerges on Iraq and Palestine, Joanne Dorshow on medical malpractice (1/7/05-1/13/05)

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Recent Advisories and Alerts

Times Responds on Social Security Semantics (3/10/05)

CBS Offers Misleading Pro-Privatization Predictions (3/8/05)

Rather's Retirement and "Liberal Bias" (3/2/05)

Media Omissions on Negroponte's Record (2/22/05)

USA Today Responds on Social Security Criticism (2/14/05)

Okrent Charges Extra! With "Distortion" (2/11/05)

USA Today Covers for Bush's Social Security Distortion (2/7/05)

ABC's Assist to Campus Conservatives: Were censorship stories too good to check? (2/3/05)

PBS Censors Postcards From Buster: Episode featuring lesbian moms deemed not 'appropriate' (1/31/05)

Private Vs. Personal: Media's Social Security Semantics (1/27/05)

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