The question of race has simmered on the back burner of the national debate over President Obama's policy agenda. Gwen Ifill talks to columnists and academics about the role of race in the current political climate.
The more heated the fight over health care reform becomes, the more many Americans grow skeptical of how the media is covering the fiercely partisan debate. Jeffrey Brown reports.
The Pentagon may influence the analysis of some retired military personnel who appear on television news programs, the New York Times recently reported. Media insiders discuss the details of this murky world of defense companies, the current administration and the…
In his new book, "The Place to Be", veteran television news journalist and former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd describes more than 20 years working in the Washington bureau of CBS News and assesses the future of the television news business.
Prominent news anchors are sometimes treated as celebrities by their viewers and the media. A media columnist examines what level of personality and opinion is appropriate in news reporting.
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