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Tag Archives: Fox News
by Matthew L. Schafer In May of 2010, a special agent from the FBI filed a request for a search warrant relating to a leak of national security information that found its way into the news. The warrant, which was … Continue reading
by Regina G. Lawrence and Matthew L. Schafer Recently, Fox News and CNN have been raked over the coals for erroneously reporting that the Supreme Court struck down the Affordable Care Act. Watching the botched coverage after the fact, is, … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer On Wednesday, NPR terminated the contract of Juan Williams, a long time news analyst for the station, after Williams made remarks about his anxieties when seeing Muslims in airports. In a statement, NPR wrote that Williams’ … Continue reading