A Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist deflects Arafat
Between Arafat's op-ed, and Sontag's portrayal of Hamas as Mr. Rogers, it would have been enough.
CNN, Associated Press, and Reuters turn a week of violence inside-out..
Our annual award for the most skewed and biased reporting.
A comparison of the lives of Sharon and Arafat packs a lot of bias into 100 words.
The Washington Post employs selective omission of facts, and hints at a grotesque anti-Semitic canard.
Some small papers join in the slander against Israel — including an accusation of discrimination against Christians.
Israel pursues the assassins of its tourism minister. Thomas Friedman finds that provocative.
Is the Palestinian assassination of a democratically-elected tourism minister, at all the same as Israel targeting a terrorist mastermind?
First the good news, then some very good news.