A prominent media outlet that received money from a White House-backed group of Iran deal advocates refused interviews with a top congressional critic of last summer’s nuclear agreement, deepening accusations that the Obama administration and its allies suppressed voices opposing the deal, according to conversations with sources and a series of emails viewed by the Washington Free Beacon.
NPR Supreme Court correspondent Nina Totenberg apologized Monday for a wrap-up piece she wrote at the end of the last Supreme Court term in which she mischaracterized a quote from a Northwestern University law professor.
The FBI tailed al Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki after the September 11 attacks, linking him to NPR, pizza, and prostitutes, reports Politico.
A news organization funded in part by one of the subprime mortgage crisis’ biggest beneficiaries sponsored a journalism series targeted at high interest loans.
Hip economist Justin Wolfers told NPR’s Chana Joffe-Walt that unemployment is just as subjective as happiness.
Secretary of defense nominee Chuck Hagel sits on the board of a pro-Iran organization that has given millions of dollars to leftwing nonprofits and mainstream media outlets, organizations that are now leading the charge to support his nomination.