5/7/2012 11:35 AM ET
Talking to Meet the Press host David Gregory on Monday's NBC Today,
co-host Ann Curry pushed for Mitt Romney to move away from
conservatives: "...does he have to work really hard now to ...
5/4/2012 11:03 AM ET
In a fawning interview with liberal comedian Stephen Colbert on Friday's
NBC Today, fill-in co-host David Gregory gushed over the Comedy Central
host being a factor in the 2012 presidential ...
5/2/2012 3:22 PM ET
Talking to NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams about President
Obama's surprise trip to Afghanistan on Wednesday's Today, co-host Ann
Curry hoped the move would quiet Republicans: ...
5/2/2012 11:25 AM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, panelist and attorney Star Jones fretted over a recent campaign ad mocking President Obama's celebrity status and implied racial overtones in the criticism: "...what ...
5/1/2012 7:01 AM ET
Mitt Romney's campaign reporter for the Times, Ashley Parker, reviews the primary as it wind down: "...frankly, most of us who have been there since the beginning
find the rap on Mr. Romney that ...
4/30/2012 11:31 AM ET
Times reporter Trip Gabriel is still searching out electoral problems for Republicans among Hispanics, under the headline: "Crucial to Romney, Florida’s Latino Voters Are Wary of Him, Too." ...
4/26/2012 10:31 AM ET
The campaign's just started, but already the Times finds Mitt Romney being too harsh on President Obama. Michael Barbaro writes: "Republicans have a message for Mitt Romney: it’s time to go ...
4/25/2012 3:18 PM ET
Throughout the Wednesday broadcast, NBC's Today repeatedly found time to
promote President Obama as funny, hip, and connecting with young
voters. Touting the President's appearance on NBC's ...
4/25/2012 8:32 AM ET
Jodi Kantor sees validity in the Dems' "War on Women" slogan in an exchange on lefty MSNBC: "...it sort of seems like a Democratic strategist's dream, right?
Like they were sitting in a room ...
4/24/2012 3:53 PM ET
New York Times Public Editor Arthur Brisbane admits: "Many critics view
The Times as constitutionally unable to
address the election in an unbiased fashion. Like a lot of America, it