White House 'Under Pressure' Will Announce 1 Million Jobs 'Saved'

Politico reports that Obama will claim stimulus 'created and saved at least 1 million jobs' since February, but AP and others dispute numbers.

Krauthammer Rips 'Repulsive Audacity' of White House for Fox News Attacks

Columnist and 'Special Report' panelist explains Obama administration's attack on Fox and other media outlets threatens potential advertisers.

Still Bitter: White House Goes After Santelli Again, but Santelli Fires Back

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs call Santellis anti-housing bailout stance 'disingenuous and not based on the facts' nearly seven months late.

CBS Promotes Obama PR Video As Sign of 'Transparency'

At the top of Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith touted a White House-produced video: "And your letters to the President...A behind-the-scenes look at how President Obama keeps in touch ...

ABC's Diane Sawyer Tosses Tough Queries to Obama; No GOP Voices Featured

ABC's Diane Sawyer on Wednesday hit Barack Obama with some refreshingly tough questions about his plans for health care reform, quizzing the President on potential rationing, reduction of services ...

ABC Gushes Over Gardening Gusto of Michelle Obama; Hit Laura Bush on Bombs

ABC's Robin Roberts conducted two fawning interviews with Michelle Obama on Tuesday and repeatedly reminded viewers that the First Lady would be tending to the White House garden as soon as the ...

ABC's Jake Tapper Hits Obama for Specifics on Health Care Plan

During Tuesday's White House press conference, ABC News' Jake Tapper sparred with Barack Obama over the details of the President's universal health care plan, bluntly observing, "...If the ...

Repeat Offender: ABC's Gibson Sticks with White House 'Create or Save' Claim

'World News' host doubles-down on Obama administration assertion that the $787-billion stimulus is responsible for curbing unemployment.

Weak Knees at the White House

The raucous sound of applause for President Obama when he spoke at the White House Correspondents Dinner underlined what could be the news media's motto: "You had us at Hello."
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