Earlier this month, HonestReporting presented several cases of biased reporting by the Associated Press. Unfortunately, that trend is continuing.
What we knew all along — that Yasser Arafat is responsible for starting and maintaining the violence — is now gaining a strong voice in the mainstream media.
Newsweek's Jerusalem bureau chief Joshua Hammer seems to be bending over backward to whitewash Palestinian violence and intimidation.
With distribution to 8,500 newspapers around the world, the Associated Press carries a lot of clout. Some of its Israel coverage has been shocking.
While an investigative committee makes cessation of violence the first step, Palestinians — and editors — link it to a freeze on settlements.
Palestinians commemorate a 1948 catastrophe. From reading the news, you'd never know it was self-inflicted.
Bad coverage of murdered Israeli children, the Pope's visit to Syria, and a boatload of weapons off the coast of Gaza.
It was a tragic casualty of war. But using it as an anti-Israel diatribe is gratuitous exploitation, and a gross lack of context.
A thorn in the side of Israel since the violence began, CNN continues to claim to be objective and unbiased. But does CNN really believe such a thing?
A reporter in Denver has earned his placed as one of the most rabidly anti-Israel journalists at work today. It's time to let him know how we feel.