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  • Jeff Zucker could be wise and winning choice to lead CNN

    Jeff Zucker could be wise and winning choice to lead CNN
    UPDATE (11 a.m. Nov. 29): Jeff Zucker named head of CNN Of all the major executive, talent and programming moves that CNN has made in the last few years, the expected announcement of Jeff Zucker as the president of CNN Worldwide looks like one of the...
  • Cable news mostly bad news in Day One of Trayvon Martin murder trial

    Cable news mostly bad news in Day One of Trayvon Martin murder trial
    Cable news was mostly bad news in Day One of the Trayvon Martin trial. Why am I not shocked that once again 24/7 cable news failed to rise to a big-news occasion loaded with powerful sociological implications? MSNBC promised fabulous live coverage...
  • CNN tells story of mutilated boy finding hope at Hopkins

    CNN tells story of mutilated boy finding hope at Hopkins
    The facts of the case seem almost too brutal and cruel to bear. When a small boy in Bangladesh refuses the demands of a gang that wants to use him as a beggar, he is beaten and mutilated within an inch of his life. His throat is cut, his skull is...
  • Conservatives also care about the environment

    Conservatives also care about the environment
    I am really getting tired of the invective and sarcasm shown by the likes of The Sun and MSNBC ("Don't save the planet" May 3). It is less and less logic and more just "shouting down the enemy". I guess Andrew Green, Rachel Maddow, and others are...
  • CNN, MSNBC, Fox show true colors in choice of stories this week

    CNN, MSNBC, Fox show true colors in choice of stories this week
    Last week was a great one for cable news watching. Not because any one channel did such outstanding work, but rather because several stories clamored simultaneously for the camera’s attention. The choices that a channel makes in such situations are...
  • Media coverage of the Gosnell case is proof of liberal bias

    Media coverage of the Gosnell case is proof of liberal bias
    Regarding your recent editorial on the murder trial of Philadelphia abortion provider Kermit Gosnell, we are not all stupid ("Kermit Gosnell and the 'liberal media,'" April 16). Sean Hannity is a conservative and he admits it. But The Sun editorial...
  • Rawlings-Blake featured nationally on TV throughout June

    Rawlings-Blake featured nationally on TV throughout June
    In recent weeks, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has faced tough questions from local media about her close friendship with a prominent Baltimore lobbyist. But, at the same time, the mayor's PR team has raised Rawlings-Blake's national exposure through a...
  • What makes 'Morning Joe' such a smart, winning way to start TV day

    What makes 'Morning Joe' such a smart, winning way to start TV day
    Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy If you want to know what makes MSNBC's "Morning Joe" so much better than anything else on morning TV, check out this video of a discussion Monday morning about President Obama's...
  • O'Malley 'never more relieved' by results

    Gov. Martin O'Malley went on MSNBC Friday morning to bask in the glow of his victory on same-sex marriage and to confess that he was "never more relieved" by the results of an election in which his name was not on the ballot.    
  • Chris Cuomo on why he's right for mornings on CNN's 'New Day'

    Chris Cuomo on why he's right for mornings on CNN's 'New Day'
    Chris Cuomo, one of the hosts of "New Day," sounds like someone who has thought a lot about his TV image and what he's getting into as the point man to make mornings matter at CNN. "When I was on the morning show, I had a pretty good amount of success,...
  • The pollution of political discourse

    The pollution of political discourse
    As the dust settles in the wake of the latest presidential election, where can the open-minded voter turn these days for reasonably unbiased analysis and commentary on the state of political affairs? It's a challenge in this era of talk radio and cable...
  • Fire department invites you to give blood and attend a quarter auction[Elkridge]

    The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department will hold a blood drive on Thursday, June 27, 3 to 8 p.m., in the fire hall at 6275 Old Washington Road. According to the American Red Cross, 60 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to donate; however, only...