1/20/2012 4:13 PM ET
It's no shock former Times reporter Neil Lewis would disagree with pro-Israel conservatives who criticize the Times for an anti-Israeli slant. What's odd is how weak his counter-evidence is. Lewis ...
6/18/2009 2:03 PM ET
The Times' Neil Lewis finally covers the tale of Gerald Walpin, the inspector general of AmeriCorps, who was fired under shady circumstances by the White House after pushing to prosecute an Obama ...
5/28/2009 12:39 PM ET
Double standards in the treatment of two Supreme Court nominees, one conservative, the other liberal, who rose from hardship.
5/26/2009 2:44 PM ET
Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney plays the ethnicity card, suggesting Republicans would be wise to let Judge Sonia Sotomayor be confirmed without putting up a fight or risk "doom[ing] ...
5/20/2009 2:08 PM ET
Two more possible Obama Supreme Court nominees, the "moderate" Carlos Moreno and "baseball savior" Sonia Sotomayor, get the Times' patented mainstreaming treatment from sympathetic Times reporters.
5/6/2009 10:29 AM ET
Scary stuff about a pro-Israel lobby: "The site of the conference, the Washington Convention Center, is conveniently, and symbolically, about equally close to the White House and the Capitol, the ...
5/4/2009 12:23 PM ET
Times reporters like Jodi Kantor continue to push the soothing idea that President Obama won't appoint liberals to the Supreme Court, just "pragmatists" like him.
4/1/2009 12:36 PM ET
More slant from legal reporter Neil Lewis, who has little sympathy for conservative arguments.
3/17/2009 2:28 PM ET
With the first judicial pick of the Obama administration, the Times carries on its tradition of calling liberal judges (like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) "moderate."
3/11/2009 11:25 AM ET
Neil Lewis's latest slanted story on "conservative" judges vs. Obama's non-ideological ones: Conservatives want to "roll back affirmative action" and are "restrictive of abortion rights" and "less ...