The Saudis revive an old peace plan, and suddenly the New York Times takes notice.
The Washington Post falls into the common trap of equating attacker with victim.
Between Arafat's op-ed, and Sontag's portrayal of Hamas as Mr. Rogers, it would have been enough.
The New York Times says she 'adored children.' But a female suicide bomber didn
Despite all evidence to the contrary, some media outlets still hail Arafat as the prince of peace.
Media skepticism surrounds the death of a Fatah terrorist, the demolition of buildings in Gaza, and the capture of the Karine-A weapons boat.
Jimmy Carter and others from the original Camp David speak their peace.
As Jews are gunned down in the streets of Jerusalem, Associated Press labels them
When Harper's publishes vile anti-Israel filth, the PR community calls upon HonestReporting to respond.
Israel pursues the assassins of its tourism minister. Thomas Friedman finds that provocative.