- Middle America assails Washington machine as indifferent and 'above us'
(NBC News, Dec. 5, 2013)
- Other Voices: Violence is growing too fast in PG-13 movies
(The Trentonian, Dec. 5, 2013)
- Annenberg group shaping 2016 election debates
(The Daily Pennsylvanian, Dec. 4, 2013)
- Fact check: Eric Cantor's HealthCare.gov security scare
(USA Today/FactCheck.org, Dec. 4, 2013)
- MPAA must not censor female sexuality
(Minnesota Daily, Dec. 3, 2013)
- Mental health experts seek to dispel holiday suicides myth
(NewsOK.com, Dec. 1, 2013)
- Blue-ribbon group pushes for 2016 debate changes
(Politico, Nov. 27, 2013)
- Group Of Top Officials From Past Campaigns Push For 2016 Debate Changes
(The Huffington Post, Nov. 27, 2013)
- Bipartisan group examining presidential debate format
(UPI, Nov. 27, 2013)
- Hollywood & Guns
(“Piers Morgan Live,” CNN, Nov. 26, 2013)
- Obama Tells His Hollywood Allies to Cut Movie Violence
(Before It’s News, Nov. 26, 2013)
- Fact Check: China isn't biggest debt holder for U.S.
(Jacksonville.com, Nov. 26, 2013)
- ACLU: Why 'Redskins' is Wrong
(FreeNewsPos.com, Nov. 26, 2013)
- Sex, Violence and R ratings: A debate
(“Room for Debate,” The New York Times, Nov. 25, 2013)
- Ratings madness and Dame Judi Dench
(The Day (New London, CT), Nov. 25, 2013)
- Is the Affordable Care Act going to the dogs?
(Your Houston News, Nov. 25, 2013)
- Fact-Check: Insurance may cost more than Obamacare site shows
(Newsmax, Nov. 25, 2013)
- New research raising parents' questions about PG-13 rating
(St. Joseph News-Press, Nov. 24, 2013)
- PG-13 violence a bow to video games, box office
(The Boston Globe, Nov. 22, 2013)
- HealthCare.gov Estimates May Be Misleading
(FactCheck on Yahoo! News, Nov. 22, 2013)
- ObamaCare and the President's Broken Promises
(The New American, Nov. 22, 2013)
- Fact Check: AFP's 'It's about people'
(WRAL.com, Nov. 22, 2013)
- Consumer Reports on HealthCare.gov
(FactCheck on Yahoo! News, Nov. 20, 2013)
- Ask Stacy: Will Obama Stop Medicare From Paying for My Cataract Surgery?
(FactCheck in Yahoo! Finance, Nov. 19, 2013)
- Would Abraham Lincoln have won re-election in the age of attack ads?
(“NewsWorks,” WHYY-FM, Nov. 19, 2013)
- 3D guns may sideline the NRA, but not because it's funded by gun makers
(Before It’s News, Nov. 19, 2013)
- Study In December Pediatrics: Violence in PG-13 Movies Has Tripled
(Dr. Peggy Drexler in The Huffington Post, Nov. 19, 2013)
- Truth isn't all it used to be online
(Missoulian, Nov. 19, 2013)
- Could Abe Lincoln be elected today?
(Philly.com, Nov. 19, 2013)
- 'You Can Keep Your Doctor': Obamacare's Next Broken Promise?
(Time Magazine (Swampland), Nov. 19, 2013)
- Happy Hour: Lincoln vs. McClellan
(Fishbowl DC/Media Bistro, Nov. 18, 2013)
- Super PAC blasts Gettysburg Address: "Honestly Abe, 'died in vain'?"
(FlackCheck.org on AmericaBlog, Nov. 18, 2013)
- PG-13 Films More Violent Than R-Rated Films
(Newsmax, Nov. 18, 2013)
- PG-13 gun violence shoots up
(“Reliable Sources,” CNN, Nov. 17, 2013)
- Payton: Bus attack is uncharacteristic for diverse Oakland and the Bay Area
(Gun-violence film study cited in Contra Costa Times, Nov. 17, 2013)
- Editorial: Violence, crime and our children
(Chattanooga Times Free Press, Nov. 17, 2013)
- Northern Valley parents want drug-test documents
(NorthJersey.com, Nov. 17, 2013)
- Study finds that gun violence in PG-13 films is rising
(“AirTalk,” 89.3 KPCC, Nov. 15, 2013)
- Blame Washington, Not Hollywood, for R-Rated Violence in PG-13 Films
(Forbes, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Study finds alarming rate of violence in PG-13 films
(“Newsworks Tonight,” WHYY-FM, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Tweet to Highlight How Film Posters Can Glamourise Guns
(Huffington Post.uk, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Fact check: The keg stand Obamacare ads
(ClarionLedger.com, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Truth isn’t what it used to be in an Internet world
(Stars and Stripes, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Obama only the latest president to apologize
(USA Today, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Leonore Annenberg Fellow Bryce Pinkham in 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder'
(BroadwayWorld.com, Nov. 14, 2013)
- PG-13 ratings not true reflection of content concerns
(One News Now, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Anti-Obamacare ads fall short
(Arizona Daily Sun, Nov. 14, 2013)
- Motion picture association defends movie ratings system amid mounting criticism over violence
(Washington Post, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Of Course PG-13 Movies Have Lots Of Gun Violence. Americans Aren’t That Worried About It.
(Think Progress, Nov. 13, 2013)
- MPAA Grants PG-13 To 'Philomena' As New Report Shows PG-13 Movies Are More Violent Than R-Rated Films
(Indiewire, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Guns Blazing on the Silver Screen
(US News & World Report, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Study: Violence in PG-13 films on the rise
(“Happening Now,” Fox News Channel, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Horsey on Hollywood: Rising movie gun violence gives rise to concerns over movie ratings
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Editorial: Obama misled on health reform
(Fremont Tribune, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Jury's Out: Violent PG-13 Movies Push Ratings Boundaries
(“Good Morning America,” ABC News, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Politics of Parenting: New Study Shows PG-13 Films More Violent Than R Rated Films
(Uprising Radio, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Editorial: PG-13 rated films contain too much violence
(MassLive.com, Nov. 13, 2013)
- PG-13 rating can be deceptive
(Bucks County (Pa.) Courier Times, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Gun Violence in Movies: A View From Abroad
(Deadline.com, Nov. 13, 2013)
- Gun violence on the rise in US films: study
(The Canberra Times (Australia), Nov. 13, 2013)
- That PG-13 rating: It's a killer
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Our view: Regularity of shooting violence mirrors rise in movie gun scenes
(The Bristol Press (CT), Nov. 12, 2013)
- Study shows 3-fold increase in gun violence in PG-13 movies since 1985
(Voice of Russia – American edition, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 12, 2013)
- What Good is PG-13 Anyway?
(Film School Rejects, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Have PG-13 movies become too violent?
(“The Willis Report,” Fox Business Network, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Now Outpaces R-Rated Films
(Blouin ArtInfo, Nov. 12, 2013)
- PG-13 Movies Now Actually More Violent Than R Movies, Study Says
Slash Film, Nov, 12, 2013)
- Gun violence in film rises
(Screen Daily (U.K.), Nov. 12, 2013)
- Násilie v amerických filmoch stúpa, streľba sa za posledných 60 rokov strojnásobila
(Pluska.sk (Slovakia), Nov. 12, 2013)
- Les armes à feu, une place préoccupante dans les films à succès
(Actua Litté (Paris), Nov. 12, 2013)
- US study shows that film gun violence has tripled since 1985
(Malta Today, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Fact check: If you like your health plan, you can keep it
(The Detroit Free Press/FactCheck.org, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Gohmert isn’t sure if Obamacare’s ‘secret security force’ will use weapons or syringes
(FactCheck.org in The Raw Story, Nov. 12, 2013)
- PG-13 gun violence rivals that of R movies: Study
(The Himalayan Times, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Increasingly Violent Movies Spark Debate Over Rating System
(ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Use in PG-13 Movies Has More Than Tripled Since 1985
(Health, Medical, and Science Updates, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Study Finds Violence, Guns on the Rise in PG-13 Films
(“Here & Now,” WBUR-FM, Nov. 12, 2013)
- Study Finds More Violence in PG-13 Movies than R-Rated Films
(Annenberg TV News, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study finds gun violence in PG-13 movies has tripled since 1985
(Al Jazeera America, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Once Again, Movie Ratings Make No Sense
(The Atlantic Wire, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence on the Rise in PG-13 Films
(WSJLive on AOL.com, Nov. 11, 2013)
- As violence explodes in PG-13 films, parents have to say no to Hollywood
(MyBrownBaby.com, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence worse in PG-13 films than in R-rated films, study says
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study Shows PG-13 Movies More Violent Than R
(Vulture, Nov. 11, 2013)
- New study shows PG-13 movies have more of the gun violence families love than R-rated ones
(A.V. Club, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Use in PG-13 Movies Has More Than Tripled Since 1985
(Science Daily, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence has tripled in children's films — with more gun violence than movies aimed at adults
(Mirror.co.uk, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Přestřelky v hollywoodských filmech se od roku 1950 zdvojnásobily
(České noviny, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence in American Movies Is Rising, Study Finds
(The New York Times, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Movies Rated PG-13 Feature the Most Gun Violence
(NPR.org, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study: PG-13 gun violence rivals that of R movies
(Associated Press, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Movies with PG-13 ratings contain the most 'gun violence per hour'
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Recent PG-13 movies feature more gun violence than R-rated films: Study
(CBS News, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence In PG-13 Movies Outstripping Rated-R Flicks: Study
(International Business Times, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence in Top-Grossing PG-13 Films Exceeds R-rated Ones
(WSJ.com Speakeasy blog, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence in PG-13 movies has more than tripled since 1985: Study
(New York Daily News, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study: PG-13 gun violence surpasses R films
(KABC-TV, Nov. 11, 2013)
- PG-13 movies match R rating for violence, study says
(Washington Post, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence in PG-13 films tops level in R-rated movies
(USA Today, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Surges Since Rating Started
(Bloomberg, Nov. 11, 2013)
- PG-13 movies are now more violent than R-rated '80s flicks — study
(WRCB-TV (Chattanooga, TN), Nov. 11, 2013)
- Violence in top movies on the rise
(The Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence increasing in PG-13 movies
(Thomson Reuters, on Global Post, Nov., 11, 2013)
- Gun violence in movies for teens has more than tripled since 1985
(Agence-France Presse, in The Raw Story, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Tripled Since 1985, Study Finds
(US News & World Report, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence In U.S. Movies On The Rise; PG-13 Levels Exceed R-Rated Films: Study
(Deadline.com, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence in PG-13 movies tripled over last two decades
(Fox News, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Report: Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Higher Than R-Rated Films
(Variety, Nov. 11, 2013)
- 'Worrisome trend' as gun violence triples
(Mail Online, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies Has More Than Tripled Since 1985 (Study)
(The Hollywood Reporter, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun Violence On Rise In PG-13 Movies
(CNN, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study: Today's PG-13 Movies More Violent Than '80s R-Rated Movies
(Parade, Nov. 11, 2013)
- PG-13 Movies Have More Gun Violence Than R-Rated Films, Study Finds
(The Wrap, Nov. 11, 2013)
- PG-13 movies are now more violent than R-rated '80s flicks — study
(NBC News.com, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study: Gun Violence in Movies Doubled Since 1950
(Time, Nov. 11, 2013)
- At the movies: Fewer women, More gun violence
(Carrie Rickey, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Study: Today's PG-13 movies more violent than '80s R-related movies
(Philly.com, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Top PG-13 movies now have more gun violence than R rated films, study finds
(The Guardian, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Gun violence in PG-13 movies has more than tripled since 1985
(Entertainment Weekly, Nov. 11, 2013)
- New Study Shows There Isn't a Big Difference Between PG-13 and R Rated Movies
(CBS Philly, Nov. 11, 2013)
- On the boards: Amy Jordan elected president of ICA
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Tech redefined: Knowledge
(Eugene Kiely in the San Jose Mercury News, Nov. 10, 2013)
- Stockholm Sin-drome: Swedes try feminist movie rating system
(Philadelphia Daily News, Nov. 7, 2013)
- Clarence Page: Americans deserve straight talk on health care
(The Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 7, 2013)
- Reasonable Responsibilities
(FactCheck.org, praised by Commodity Futures Trading Commissioner Bart Chilton, Nov. 7, 2013)
- Kansas City welcomes a big-screen civics lesson
(The Kansas City Star, Nov. 6, 2013)
- Ana Marie Cox: Stop the faux outrage over Obama's 'healthcare lie'
(The Guardian, Nov. 6, 2013)
- Hillcrest Elementary celebrates $100,000 investment from Leonore Annenberg funds
(WTVC NewsChannel 9 (Chattanooga, TN), Nov. 6, 20113)
- Swedish Cinemas Launch Feminist Movie Rating
(Associated Press/Washington Post, Nov. 6, 2013)
- Sweden Introduces Female-Focused Movie Ratings
(Indiewire, Nov. 6, 2013)
- Swedish film ratings for gender bias mark down many blockbusters
(Los Angeles Times, Nov. 6, 2013)
- Hollywood's Broken Promise: More Gun Violence Aimed at Kids
(ParentsTV.org, Nov. 11, 2013)
- Check the facts
(Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader/FaceCheck.org, Nov. 3, 2013)
- Truth exchange
(Daily Kos, Nov. 3, 2013)
- Obama approval rating sinks: a self-inflicted wound?
(Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 1, 2013)
- Screen Time for Preschoolers: Recommendations vs. Reality
(Huffington Post, Nov. 1, 2013)
- New Fox Poll Reflects Its Misleading Coverage Of ACA Exemption Issue
(Media Matters for America, Oct. 31, 2013)
- Go on the offensive Republicans — jobs still are American's top concern
(Fox News, Oct. 31, 2013)
- Fact check: Wrong for Sebelius to buy exchange plan?
(USA Today/FactCheck.org, Oct. 31, 2013)
- Election monitoring group to Watson: We didn't say that
(Williamsburg Yorktown (VA) Daily.com, Oct. 31, 2013)
- Americans for Prosperity's “Just Exempt Me” ad attacking Hagan
(NCSpin.com, Oct. 30, 2013)
- FactCheck.org: We told you so
(HotAir.com, Oct. 30, 2013)
- My reply to Obamacare sticker shock posting on Facebook
(Daily Kos, Oct. 30, 2013)
- Doctors urge adolescents should have access to condoms
(CBS News, Oct. 29, 2013)
- Not everyone keeping their insurance
(WRAL.com, Oct. 29, 2013)
- Plant High student wins prestigious scholarship
(My Fox Tampa Bay, Oct. 28, 2013)
- Condoms should be more available to teens, doctors say
(Reuters, Oct. 28, 2013)
- Fight to repeal Obamacare's medical device tax continues for Indiana companies
(Indianapolis Star, Oct. 27, 2013)
- Minnesota senators aregue for medical device tax repeal
(St. Cloud Times, Oct. 26, 2013)
- Bullying is not on the rise and it does not lead to suicide
(Poynter, Oct. 25, 2013)
- Harry Reid Claims Rep. Sessions Behind Obama Insult
(Newsmax, Oct. 25, 2013)
- School may have crossed line with alcohol testing
(Jacksonville Journal-Courier, Oct. 24, 2013)
- Misrepresenting McAuliffe's Budget Plan
(Yahoo! News, Oct. 24, 2013)
- 6 most brazen right-wing lies about Obamacare
(Salon, Oct. 24, 2013)
- Rough Obamacare rollout: 4 reasons why
(CNN, Oct. 23, 2014)
- Campaign records, interviews refute Bradley Byrne's claims in attack ad against opponent
(al.com, Oct. 23, 2013)
- 'Flack Check' explores twists & spins re: Obamacare
(Delaware Online, Oct. 22, 2013)
- Ted Cruz Distorts Affordable Care Act Impact On Seniors, Children
(The Huffington Post, Oct. 21, 2013)
- What is being done to reduce smoking in Philly's most vulnerable neighborhoods?
(Dan Romer on “Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, Oct. 21, 2013)
- Health care law, medical device tax survive shutdown debate
(News & Observer, Oct. 17, 2013)
- Why the Medical Device Tax Came to Rule the Debt-Ceiling Talks
(Businessweek, Oct. 15, 2013)
- Despite attempts to derail it, Obamacare deserves a chance
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 14, 2013)
- Civilizing the Marketplace of Ideas
(Project Syndicate, Oct. 13, 2013)
- Just the Facts, Please
(Kathleen Hall Jamieson on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” Oct. 13, 2013)
- The moment that sunk Dukakis in 1988
(Kathleen Hall Jamieson on MSNBC’s “UP w/Steve Kornacki)
- Are government shutdowns 'normal'?
(The Oregonian/PolitiFact Oregon, Oct. 10, 2013)
- Snyder defends Redskins name in emotional letter to fans
(Washington Post, Oct. 9, 2013)
- Obama’s national debt rate on track to double
(Washington Times, Oct. 9, 2013)
- In politics, visuals of the shutdown win the day
(Associated Press, in The State (S.C.), Oct. 5, 2013)
- GOP attack on health care navigators
(USA Today/FactCheck.org, Oct. 5, 2013)
- The Shutdown Showdown: A Public Image War
(Kathleen Hall Jamieson on The Takeaway, Oct. 3, 2013)
- A.C.A. Sex Myth Busted, Off-Label Prescribing
(MedPage Today, Oct. 2, 2013)
- Obamacare: Separating Truth from Fiction
(Lori Robertson on “The Daily Ticker” on Yahoo! Finance, Oct. 1, 2013)
- NFL of a controversy: Return of the Redskins debate
(Metro (U.K.), Sept. 30, 2013)
- More false claims about Obamacare
(USA Today/FactCheck.org, Sept. 29, 2013)
- Sunday dialogue: Violence in the media
(Dan Romer in the NYT’s letters column, Sept. 29, 2013)
- Campaign ad accuracy in the Virginia governor's race
(FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson on Fox 5 News in Washington, D.C., Sept. 26, 2013)
- What Today's Youth Can Teach Us About the Power and the Potential of New Media
(Amy Jordan in The Huffington Post, Sept. 25, 2013)
- Penn to serve as smoking research center
(WHYY, Sept. 23, 2013)
- Chester County housing agency goes smoke-free
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 20, 2013)
- 'The government is taking over health care' and other myths about Obamacare debunked
(WHYY, Sept. 19, 2013)
- Rick Reilly Offers a Poor Defense of the Redskins Name
(The Atlantic Wire, Sept. 19, 2013)
- Poll: Americans still confused about Obamacare, FactCheck.org tackles the top myths
(FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson on “AirTalk,” Southern California Public Radio, Sept. 18, 2013)
- FactCheck.org's Lori Robertson on WGN2 Chicago
(Sept. 18, 2013)
- Obama's Syria speech unlikely to sway a skeptical public
(The Los Angeles Times, Sept. 9, 2013)
- Checking the facts behind ACA claims
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 8, 2013)
- President Obama reframes 'red line' rhetoric
(Politico, Sept. 4, 2013)
- What Miley Cyrus has to say about adolescent sexuality
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 1, 2013)
- Amy Bleakley talks on 'Radio Times' about managing kids' screen time
(WHYY, Aug. 23, 2013)
- Annenberg election survey used in U.S. Senate and wealth study
(Huffington Post, Aug. 21, 2013)
- The RNC Versus CNN and NBC
(Kathleen Hall Jamieson on The Takeaway, Aug. 20, 2013)
- Obamacare facts separated from spin by Wendell Potter, FactCheck.org
(The Center for Public Integrity, Aug. 15, 2013)
- Tehran: A comprehensive vision for dealing with the US
(Aljazeera.com, Aug. 5, 2013)
- More fudging on jobs numbers
(The Philadelphia Daily News, Aug. 5, 2013)
- Fred Barnes: The Obama Campaign Playbook Descends on Virginia
(The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 2, 2013)
- Campaign tells teens with mental illness it's 'OK2TALK'
(USA Today, July 28, 2013)
- Obama speech setting invokes history
(The Los Angeles Times, July 24, 2013)
- Nonpartisan Fact-Checking Comes to South Africa
(The New York Times, July 23, 2013)
- Obama's newest numbers: a tale of two countries
(The Philadelphia Daily News, July 22, 2013)
- Rolling Stone's cover controversy
(CBC Radio One, July 22, 2013)
- Bomber As Rock Star? Rolling Stone Cover Outrage
(Associated Press, July 17, 2013)
- Super-PACs May Be Bad for America, But They're Very Good for CBS
(Mother Jones, July 8, 2013)
- Comment: Election FactCheck – 'testing truthfulness'
(SBS Australia, July 8, 2013)
- Koch Brothers attack Obamacare in new ad campaign
(MSNBC, July 8, 2013)
- 6 Obamacare Facts You Need to Know
(Yahoo! Finance, July 8, 2013)
- After Nelson Mandela, what next for South Africa?
(The Guardian, July 4, 2013)
- Election advertising laws in B.C. questioned
(The Georgia Straight, June 27, 2013)
- Karen Heller: Analysis rates Penna. poorly on racial attitudes
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 26, 2013)
- How parents can stop worrying and learn to love their fan-crazed teens
(PhillyBurbs.com, June 23, 2013)
- The Formula Behind the Voting Rights Act
(The New York Times, June 22, 2013)
- Marco Rubio's Big Problem: Explaining His Immigration Shift
(New England Public Radio, June 21, 2013)
- Save the Humanities—From Themselves
(Pacific Standard, June 20, 2013)
- Voter ID 'conspiracies' are just urban legends
(The Morning Call, June 19, 2013)
- Humanities/Social Sciences Panel Reports; Two From Penn Are Members
(Penn News, June 19, 2013)
- The paradigms they are a-changin'
(Jewish Standard, June 14, 2013)
- Roger Ailes: Why Fox covers Benghazi
(Politico, June 13, 2013)
- Amid talk of sources’ chill, some see NSA revelations as needed pushback
(McClatchy, June 10, 2013)
- When Presidential Words Led to Swift Action
(The New York Times, June 8, 2013)
- Civil or otherwise, WNIR hosts aren’t afraid to voice opinions
(The Akron Beacon Journal, June 1, 2013)
- City contractor lands project at mayor's home
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 10, 2013)
- Rieder: Fact checking keeps (some?) politicians honest
(USA Today, May 8, 2013)
- Kathleen Hall Jamieson on 'American Politics and the Loss of Accountability'
(Minnesota Public Radio, May 30, 2013)
- Anti-Smoking Ads with Strong Arguments, Not Flashy Editing, Trigger Part of Brain That Changes Behavior, says Penn Study
(Penn Medicine, April 23, 2013)
- 'Fiscal Cliff' Message Repeats Itself
(NPR’s Morning Edition, Dec. 14, 2102)
- Obama vows to push for changes to prevent massacres
(The Washington Post, Dec. 16. 2012)
- Holiday suicide myth persists, research says
(USA Today, December 5, 2012)
- The Season of Renewal and Suicide
(Slate, December 7, 2012)
- L'argent obscur de la campagne américaine
(Slate.fr, September 7, 2012)
- What 10 Books to Read for the Election Season: Cicero, Vidal and More
(The Daily Beast, September 6, 2012)
- ESSAY: Deconstructing Barack Obama the Orator
(AP, September 6 2012)
- Politics and truth: Uneasy partners, easy enemies
(AP, Sept. 6)
- Replay: Live Chat with Kathleen Hall Jamieson
(Moyers & Company, September 7, 2012).
- President takes center stage at DNC
(ABC 7, September 7, 2012)
- Fact Check Friday: Obama, Biden Speak At DNC
(CBS New York, September 7, 2012)
- A Few 'Baloney' Facts In Biden, Obama's Speeches
(“All Things Considered,” September 7, 2012)
- Most Facts Check Out In Bill Clinton's DNC Speech
(“All Things Considered”, September 6, 2012)
- Daniel Rubin: Just the facts: Checking the pols
(Philadelphia Inquirer, September 10)
- Fact-checkers dissect Democratic convention speeches
(BBC News, Sept. 6)
- Political conventions end with the truth a casualty
(McClatchy, Sept. 6)
- Bill Clinton courts fact-checkers, earns mostly praise
(The Los Angeles Times, Sept. 6)
- Women for Mitt: why they say it's Obama waging a 'war on women'
(The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 7)
- Obama and Romney Are All Promises and No Ideas for the Middle Class
(The Atlantic, Sept. 8)
- Best and worst of this year's presidential ads
(The Baltimore Sun, July 12, 2012)
- Rove: Obama Gets Down and Dirty
(The Wall Street Journal, July 18, 2012)
- The Bain of Truth
(The Washington Post, July 20, 2012)
- Evaluate the truth of campaign claims
(The Kansas City Star, July 22, 2012)
- Obama and the Democrats Keep Ducking Gun Control: Should We?
(Huffington Post, July 23, 2012)
- GOP pounces on Obama comment
(Marketplace, July 26, 2012)
- Everyone’s a Fact-Checker
(The Atlantic, August 2, 2012)
- Candidates Trade Barbs on Outsourcing
(PBS NewsHour, July 13, 2012)
- “Insights on PBS Hawaii”
(PBS Hawaii, July 19, 2012)
- Politicians: Nothing can be done
(Politico.com. July 20, 2012)
- Op-Ed: Now's The Time For A Candid Candidate
(NPR, July 9, 2012)
- New Questions About Timing Of Romney's Bain Departure
(NPR, July 20, 2012)
- Obama's last campaign taking a nostalgic detour
(Associated Press, July 27, 2012)
- TV Stations Charge ’Super-Gouge’ Ad Rates for Super-PACS
(Bloomberg, July 25, 2012)
- Norfolk, Va., caught in crossfire of campaign attack ads
(Los Angeles Times, July 27, 2012)
- US election: How can it cost $6bn?
(BBC News, Aug. 1, 2012)
- Graphic classics
(Philadelphia Inquirer, Aug. 5, 2012)
- Many stations don’t factcheck super PAC ads: survey
(Columbia Journalism Review, May 24, 2012)
- Attack ads start early for presidential election
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 24, 2012)
- A Busy Season for Political Fact-Checkers
(American Journalism Review, June/July 2012)
- A Look at Fact Checking in the 2012 Election
(C-SPAN, May 22, 2012)
- Be a Super PAC Watchdog: You can do something about misleading political advertising
(AARP Bulletin, June 6, 2012)
- FlackChecking Political Sleaze
(Personal Democracy Media, June 12, 2012)
- Tailoring the Candidates to You — Specifically You — Through Social Media
(The Takeaway, June 12, 2012)
- Welcome to the 'Out of Context' campaign
(CNN, June 12, 2012)
- Obama, Romney give dueling speeches on economy
(CNN, June 14, 2012)
- Fact-checking the truthiness of the 2012 campaign
(The Guardian, June 14, 2012)
- TV can boost self-esteem of white boys, study says
(CNN, June 1, 2012)
- Fighting for Fair Play on TV and Taxes
(Moyers & Company, May 11, 2012)
- Romney Ropes Off Media to Avoid Making Unscripted Gaffes
(Bloomberg, May 17, 2012)
- Sendak’s lessons for children and their parents
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 13, 2012)
- Obama campaign goes on the attack, Romney counters
(KPCC, May 16, 2012)
- Deception! Pro-Romney super PAC spent $20 million on deceptive ads in primary
(San Francisco Chronicle, April 30 2012)
- Fact checking group accuses Romney super PAC of spending $20 million on deceptive ads
(Sunlight Foundation, April 30 2012)
- Super PAC Attack Ads Paved Way For Explosion in Independent Group Spending In Presidential Primaries
(Huffington Post, April 30 2012)
- Campaign Slogans from This Moment Forward
(The Takeaway, May 1 2012)
- An Anti-Obesity Campaign Takes to the Airwaves
(The New York Times, May 1 2012)
- On social media, teens are the experts
(Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 29 2012)
- How to tame super PAC ads
(CNN Opinion, Jan 29 2012)
- The Evolution of Sarah Palin
(The Hill, Feb 7 2012)
- Romney Debate Coach’s ‘Chops’ Credited as Potential Game-Changer
(Bloomberg, Jan 30 2012)
- Its Just a Game…
(WHYY, Feb 4, 2012)
- Does sex ed keep girls from becoming teen moms?
(Reuters, Feb. 9 2012)
- Sherrod Brown's fake beard now worn by CEO of Chamber of Commerce
(Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec. 6)
- Fact-checking the Chamber of Commerce
(Politifact.com, Dec. 6)
- Revisiting Romney’s ‘deceitful, dishonest’ ad about Obama
(The Washington Post, Dec. 6)
- President Obama puts focus on economic inequality
(USA Today, December 6 2011)
- The Political Ads of the 2012 Race
(The Takeaway, Nov. 29)
- Bridging the technology gaps
(Philadelphia Inquirer, September 7 2011)
- Union dives into political spending
(Boston Globe, Sept. 1, 2011)
- With Hurricane Irene, White House takes a spin down Madison Ave.
(The Los Angeles Times, Aug. 31, 2011)
- Federal 'family' sounds good for a government in need of a makeover
(The Sydney Morning Herald, Sept. 1, 2011)
- Historians say First Ladies must pick their issues cautiously
(The Chicago Tribune, Sept. 1, 2011)
- "Obama Urges Compromise in Debt Talks"
(“The Takeaway,” July 27, 2011)
- "Fact check: Sarah Palin's account of Paul Revere"
(USA Today, June 7)
- "A pox on both their 'Mediscare' houses"
(The Washington Post, June 9)
- "Michael Steele in a Dress? The bizarre statements of Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman"
(The Wall Street Journal, June 16)
- "Campaign ad may boost Amodei but alienate the Chinese"
- "Gory labels for cigarette packs aim to deter smoking"
- "Getting graphic to try to convince people to quit smoking"
(WHYY, June 21)
- "FDA goes graphic in battle against smoking"
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 22)
- On Language: The Future Tense
(The New York Times, February 25)
- The devil strip: Learning to love regionalisms
(The Boston Globe, February 27)
- Check the Facts: New federal hires to implement health care laws
(The News-Leader [Springfield, Mo.], February 26)
- House Dems Fire Back on Social Security
(The Hill, March 2)
- 'Obamacare': More Than Just a Word
(The Atlantic, February 22)
- Commission on Humanities and Social Sciences: Amy Gutmann and Kathleen Hall Jamieson
(University of Pennsylvania Almanac, March 1)
- A Legacy of Giving
(Palm Springs Life, March 2011)
- The Effects of Union Membership on Democratic Voting
(The New York Times, February 26)
- In Politics, Demographics Are Not Destiny
(The New York Times, March 1)
- Conservatives Insist Their Tough Talk Not to Blame for Giffords Shooting
(National Journal, Jan. 10)
- Shooting from hip followed Arizona rampage
(The Washington Times, Jan. 10)
- Did Political Rhetoric Play Role in Arizona Attack?
(NPR’s “Tell Me More,” Jan. 10)
- Arizona Attack Puts Power of Political Rhetoric in Back in the Spotlight
(PBS NewsHour, Jan. 10)
- Bitter Political Rhetoric Likely to Resume
(The Post-Journal [Jamestown, NY], Jan. 11)
- Obama is seeking right time, tone for speech
(The Washington Post, Jan. 11)
- The state of political rhetoric today and yesterday
(Minnesota Public Radio, Jan. 11)
- Palin Charge of 'Blood Libel' Provokes Controversy
(AOL News, Jan. 12)
- Obama Offers Words of Comfort at Arizona Shooting Memorial
(WNYC’s “The Takeaway,” Jan. 12)
- John Rash: Two top films offer lessons on life and media
(Star Tribune [Minn.], Jan. 14)
- Dr. Jamieson is featured speaker at NCA professional development event
(The Annenberg School for Communication, Jan. 19)
- Finding the Hidden Meanings in Presidential Messages
(The George Chaplin Fellowship in Distinguished Journalism Address, East-West Center, Jan. 20)
- Governors, GOP Successors Clash on Pay Deals
(The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 18)
- A Brief History of Campaign Finance (and Why It Matters)
(WNYC, Dec. 22)
- Hawaii's Governor Takes on 'Birthers'
(The New York Times, Dec. 24)
- Why Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie is taking on anti-Obama 'birthers'
(The Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 28)
- Government Regulation Prompts New Look at 'Death Panel' Debate
(PBS NewsHour, Jan. 3)
- Public remains ambivalent over health care reform
(Minnesota Public Radio, Dec. 24)
- Austerity is first order for Boehner's installation as house speaker
(The Washington Post, Jan. 3)
- Obama's presidential first – photographed in flip-flops on vacation
(New York Post, Jan. 5)
- Jordan, Bleakley, Hennessy, Stevens, Fishbein, and former postdoc Manganello published in Journal of Children and Media
(Annenberg School for Communication, Nov. 30)
- Dr. Jordan's book receives a very positive review
(Annenberg School for Communication, Nov. 30)
- Deficit Puzzle: Where's the Fair Tax?
(The New York Times, Nov. 22)
- 50 Free And Useful Websites To Be Thankful For
(The Business Insider, Nov. 24)
- The Federal Pay Freeze That Isn't Much of One
(Fox Business, Dec. 3)
- Fact Check: Obama's dog, aides share plane for vacation
(The Florida Times-Union, Dec. 5)
- The Andy Griffith Show
(The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 7)
- Students Scrutinizing Politicians
(American Journalism Review, Dec. 9)
- SEIU, American Crossroads look back at 2010 spending
(Politico, Dec. 13)
- The Big Third Party, RNC Alternatives Aren't Done Yet
(Slate, Dec. 13)
- Big-Spending Outside Groups Talk Tactics
(National Journal, Dec. 13)
- Both Parties Play the Wall Street Card, Sometimes From the Bottom of the Deck
(The New York Times, Nov. 1)
- Dems target GOP rivals over 'Fair Tax'
(USA Today, Nov. 1)
- Obama, Pelosi rumors are simply distortions
(The San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 2)
- India goes coconutty for Obama
(The New York Post, Nov. 5)
- Timothy Egan: Liars' Club
(The New York Times, Nov. 10)
- Try sticking to the facts
(The Bismarck Tribune, Nov. 12)
- Check the Facts
(Springfield News-Leader [Missouri], Nov. 14)
- Some Bucks parents fight schools' use of R-rated films
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 5)
- Delaware politics: A juicy Senate race – but for reasons few expected
(The News Journal [Wilmington, Del.], October 14)
- 2010 Election Catch Phrase? 'Man Up!'
(The Wall Street Journal, October 15)
- Site separates fact from fiction in the promises of politicians
(The Times-Tribune [Scranton, PA], October 2)
- Voters should fire Bachmann, Grayson
(CNN.com, October 6)
- Trifecta of Torment
(The New York Times, October 6)
- Outside political groups are playing fast and loose with the facts
(The Plain Dealer, October 12)
- Chamber of Commerce Vows to 'Ramp Up' Political Activity
(The New York Times, October 12)
- Grayson goes 'Sopranos' on Webster
(Politico.com, October 13)
- Karl Rove: I Am No Threat to Democracy
(The Wall Street Journal, October 14)
- Kaine Parrots Administration's Attacks on Chamber
(The National Journal, October 15)
- Democrats hurting business, economy
(The Chicago Sun-Times, October 15)
- Walkway at Morris Arboretum wins architects' award
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 15)
- Health communication journal dedicates issue in memory of Marty Fishbein
(Annenberg School for Communication, October 11)
- Dr. Lerman, the Mary W. Calkins Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the Annenberg Public Policy Center, is among four University of Pennsylvania professors newly elected to the Institute of Medicine
(Penn Current, October 11)
- Rove Returns, With Team, Planning G.O.P. Push
(The New York Times, September 25)
- Politicians' money woes strike a chord with voters
(The Los Angeles Times, September 26)
- Grayson calls opponent 'Taliban Dan Webster'
(The Washington Post, September 27)
- Rep. Alan Grayson's 'Taliban' ad backfires
(Politico.com, September 28)
- Political ads scramble for foe takedowns
(The Washington Times, September 28)
- Attack ad over the top? Alan Grayson compares opponent to Taliban
(The Christian Science Monitor, September 28)
- Our view on campaign finance: Who's buying this election? Who knows?
(USA Today, September 28)
- Taxes dominate debates
(The Boston Globe, September 29)
- Grayson Attack Helps His Rival
(The Wall Street Journal, September 30)
- When Democrats and Republicans are independents
(CNN.com, October 1)
- $12 Million NIH Grant to Develop Personalized Approach to Smoking Cessation
(University of Pennsylvania Almanac, September 21)
- APPC's Bruce Hardy participates in Marshall University forum on politics and the media
(West Virginia Public Broadcasting, September 22)
- Factcheck.org: Anti-Tim Walberg ad misleads
(The Battle Creek Enquirer, September 3)
- FactCheck move to Philadelphia a 'no-brainer'
(The Daily Pennsylvanian, September 8)
- Going Negative
(Slate, September 9)
- Fact-checking the statewide political campaigns
(The San Francisco Chronicle, September 10)
- Fact Check: Digging finds no vendetta against Chrysler dealers
(The Florida Times-Union, September 12)
- Jerry Brown, Meg Whitman and the Bill Clinton "trap"
(Washingtonpost.com, September 13)
- Brown Takes Slap at Ad, and Bill Clinton
(The New York Times, September 13)
- Jerry Brown Apologizes to Bill Clinton
(The Wall Street Journal, September 13)
- Outside group to air ads attacking Dems
(The News & Observer, September 13)
- TARP: A success none dare mention
(Politico, September 14)
- Dems ask stations to remove anti-Kanjorski ad
(The Scranton Times-Tribune, September 14)
- Ad Watch: Kirkpatrick, critics short on context
(The Arizona Daily Sun, September 15)
- Vitamins + water + sugar
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 3)
- Live footage from the American Political Science Association annual meeting (Part 2)
(C-SPAN3, September 2)
- Live footage from the American Political Science Association annual meeting (Part 1)
(C-SPAN3, September 2)
- Early on, Obama was more polarizing than we knew
(The Washington Post, September 5)
- Do We Care About the President's Iraq Speech?
(The Takeaway, September 1)
- Obama fades as TV star
(New York Post, September 2)
- First Lady Plans a Careful Return to the Campaign Trail
(The New York Times, September 3)
- Political attacks thrive online
(The Daily Herald [Everett, Wash.], August 15)
- Obama stumbles as parties get desperate
(CNN.com, August 17)
- Why Social Security Politics Help Republicans
(U.S. News & World Report, August 18)
- Lie that won't die: Obama is Muslim
(The Seattle Times, August 19)
- What 'Fact-Checking' Means Online
(The New York Times Magazine, August 20)
- Fact Check: No GOP coup of Social Security
(The Florida Times-Union, August 22)
- How to avoid propaganda in search of truth
(The Lexington Herald-Leader, July 30)
- Fact check: Did past presidents deport immigrants to free up jobs?
(The Florida Times-Union, August 1)
- FactCheck.org says admin's Andy Griffith ad misleading
(The Hill, August 2)
- Now it's all about winning
(The Indianapolis Star, August 2)
- Those attack ads are courtesy of . . . who knows?
(The News Tribune, August 5)
- W. House: Andy health pitch stays
(The New York Post, August 5)
- Farewell to Feingold?
(The Weekly Standard, August 9)
- Kirk defends ad attacking Giannoulias on BP
(Chicago Tribune, July 12)
- Oil and slime
(Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 22)
- What Really Drove The Shirley Sherrod Story?
(NPR.org, July 22)
- Unchecked video sets off a media storm
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 22)
- How Can Obama Rebound?
(The New York Times, July 16)
- Republican report marks health care reform's 90-day anniversary
(Politico, June 30)
- GOP's false talking point: Jones Act crimps cleanup
(The Seattle Times, July 1)
- Top five bottlenecks in the Gulf oil spill response
(The Christian Science Monitor, July 1)
- Fact check: Obama not involved in loan
(The Florida Times-Union, July 4)
- Will Republicans be their own undoing in November?
(The Dallas Morning News, July 7)
- Politicians find political wealth in Gulf Oil
(The Baltimore Sun, June 26)
- GOP Has Edge in Voter Enthusiasm
(U.S. News & World Report, June 30)
- After a Lifetime of Struggles, Young Woman Soars
(NBC Nightly News, July 3)
- "Rep. Allen Boyd vulnerable in election despite winning record"
(The Tallahassee Democrat, June 13)
- "Space launches attack, accused of being deceptive"
(The Newark Advocate, June 17)
- "Fact Check: Health care benefits not taxable but are reportable"
(The Florida Times-Union, June 20)
- "Obama and Senate finally dive in on climate and energy bill"
(Grist Magazine, June 21)
- "Obama Faces 'A Defining Moment' in Oval Office Oil Leak Speech"
(PBS NewsHour, June 14)
- "Dissecting the War Metaphors and Messaging in President's Speech"
(The Takeaway, June 16)
- "Philadelphia high school student wins scholarship after parents' deaths"
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 22)
- "Fact Check: Stamp honoring Muslim holiday predates Obama"
(The Florida Times-Union, June 6)
- "Videos log the weeks of Obama"
(The Washington Times, May 31)
- "Double-barreled disaster"
(The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 8)
- "Annenberg Faculty to Help Launch Communication Program at Chinese University"
(University of Pennsylvania, June 7)
- Dr. Fishbein "Fondly Remembered" by academic journal
(Sexually Transmitted Diseases, June 2010)
- "The Triumph of Murthanomics"
(The American Spectator, May 19)
- "Fact Check: Muslim law didn't prompt Michelle to leave trip early"
(The Florida Times-Union, May 22)
- "Just saying 'no' won't win it for GOP"
CNN.com, May 24)
- "Governor foes fight for truth in tweeting"
(The Boston Herald, May 26)
- "Rick Scott criticized for heading company that committed fraud"
(The Tampa Tribune, May 28)
- "Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Backs Elena Kagan Nomination"
(ABCNews.com, May 27)
- "Business leaders welcome Romanian diplomat"
(Naples Daily News, May 13)
- "Hawaii slams door on 'birthers,' who turn to Obama Social Security number"
(The Christian Science Monitor, May 13)
- "The most influential conservative publication you've never heard of"
(Salon.com, May 13)
- "TV station pulls political ad over questions of truth"
(The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 15)
- "Fact Check: Insurance law does not exempt Muslims"
(The Florida Times-Union, May 16)
- "Pennsylvania Elections Will Measure Voter Anger"
(U.S. News and World Report, May 17)
- "Risk-Taking Behavior in Teens"
(Scientific American, May 3)
- "PAS: Model for Teen Risk-Taking Called Too Simple"
(MedPage Today, May 5)
- "'Birther' claptrap deserves our reproach"
(The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 29)
- "Special Time in Pennsylvania"
(The American Spectator, April 30)
- "Healthcare Q&A: How taxpayers may be affected"
(The Los Angeles Times, May 1)
- "Election 2010: Economic reality hits home at last"
(The Guardian, May 3)
- "FactCheck.org wins the 2010 Webby Award (Politics category) and Webby People's Voice award!"
- "The Tax Man Should Cometh: How I learned to stop worrying and love audits"
(Newsweek, April 16)
- "Fact check: Ammunition resale policy was revised"
(Florida Times-Union, April 18)
- "Bold, new idea for ending 'Big Lie' politics"
(Ventura County Star, April 24)
- "Movies and Violence: Rethinking Standards"
(The New York Times, April 23)
- "Obama sells fix for monitoring Wall Street"
(USA Today, April 22)
- "On your mark, get set, vote!"
(The Modesto Bee, April 11)
- "A promise that Americans expect; When confronted, Democrats obfuscate and evacuate"
(The Washington Times, April 14)
- "Big fight on the small screen"
(The Daily Telegraph, April 10)
- "Bleepin' Golden"
(The Hotline [National Journal], April 2)
- "Census Deniers Don't Have Constitution on Side"
(NPR.org, April 1)
- "Will new law mean more IRS agents?: Health Care Fact Check"
(The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 2)
- "Ayotte gets specific – on the attack"
(Politico, April 2)
- "Fact Check: Pelosi's $100,000 worth of expenses not all food, booze"
(The Florida Times-Union, April 4)
- "Debunkers of Fictions Sift the Net"
(The New York Times, April 4)
- "'Stop right wing' is message to local GOP"
(Boulder Daily Camera, March 21)
- "Medicare changes misrepresented, advocates say"
(Chattanooga Times Free Press, March 24)
- "Asheville Citizen-Times answers reader questions about the health care bill"
(Citizen-Times, March 24)
- "Fact Check: ACLU did not campaign against military prayer, gravestones"
(Florida Times-Union, March 14)
- "Healthcare needs reasonable debate, not political shouting"
(Carlsbad Current-Argus, March 17)
- "Anti-health bill ad rates a 'Pants on Fire'"
(The News & Observer, March 18)
- "Politicians seem to be channeling Alfred E. Neuman: What, me run?"
(The Baltimore Sun, March 14)
- "The White House and Fox News: Spring Thaw?"
(Speakeasy [The Wall Street Journal], March 17)
- "Obama to appear on Fox News, with healthcare reform down to the wire"
(Christian Science Monitor, March 17)
- "Covering Climate Change"
(World Watch magazine, March/April)
- "Climate change debate grows heated"
(Los Angeles Times, March 6)
- "Fact-checking the new health care overhaul TV ads aimed at Minn."
(Minnesota Public Radio, March 12)
- "Health Care Summit Analysis: Closing thoughts"
(Washingtonpost.com, Feb. 25)
- "Fact Checking the Health Care Summit"
(FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson on The Takeway, Feb. 26)
- "All I want is the truth in our public political discourse"
(The Dallas Morning News, Feb. 28)
- "FactCheck.org slams McMahon mailers, says they contain false claims"
(The Hartford Courant Capitol Watch Blog, March 2)
- "Fate of Obama healthcare up to Democrats"
(Reuters, Feb. 25)
- FactCheck.org cited on Post Politics Hour
(Washingtonpost.com, Feb. 18)
- New "Just the Facts" looks at chain e-mails
- "Frustration Nation: The Media's Role in America's Political Divide"
(The Takeaway, Feb. 23)
- "Healthcare reform backlash: Americans angry over earmarks"
(The Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 5)
- "Tester denies ad denouncing bank bill"
(The Billings Gazette, Feb. 10)
- "iBusinessreporting promises transparency, but is it just conflicted?"
(The Los Angeles Times, Feb. 10)
- "Our View: The political secrets of a group with money"
(The Bristol Press, Feb. 12)
- "E-mail claims 'In God We Trust' removed from dollar coins"
(The St. Petersburg Times, Feb. 13)
- FactCheck.org's vidcast, "Just the Facts," returns!
- "Today in Untrue News: Former Surgeon General Claims U.K. Denies Pacemakers for the Old"
(Newsweek, Feb. 2)
- "Don't Ask, Don't Tell changes, budget reactions, more"
(The Washington Post, Feb. 2)
- "Lawmaker: Climate change just ruse to control population"
(The Salt Lake Tribune, Feb. 4)
- "Lawmaker: Climate change just ruse to control population"
(The Salt Lake Tribune, Feb. 4)
- "White House Picks Its Bogeyman"
(The National Journal, Jan. 30)
- "Will Obama's new combative engagement spark 'question time?'"
(USA Today, Feb. 3)
- “Did the Supreme Court Just Save Newspapers?”
(Politics Daily, Jan. 23)
- “Money in politics just got a lot worse”
(The Nashua Telegraph, Jan. 26)
- “Joseph Farah found his calling in Obama-bashing”
(The Los Angeles Times, Jan. 27)
- “Hayworth edges toward 'birther' status”
(The Hill, Jan, 27)
- “Fact-checking the State o' the U”
(The San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 28)
- “Dissecting the State of the Union”
(The Takeaway, Jan. 28)
- “Ex-SMU football star Craig James unsure of run for office”
(The Dallas Morning News, Jan. 15)
- "Annenberg Scholarship Winner Will Attend BC"
(The Boston College Chronicle, Jan. 21)
- “After One Year in Office, President's Agenda at Risk?”
(The Takeaway, Jan. 21)
- Cruel reflections from the White House's glass ceiling
(Washington Post, Jan. 13)
- Perry, Hutchison face gender pitfalls at GOP debate
(The Dallas Morning News, Jan. 14)
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