6:43 - Jim Pinkerton weighs in on the competing coverage between the White House and Russian President Vladimir Putin
6:39 - Media crediting or criticizing the president's strategy in Syria?
7:00 - Justin Duckham on how the media has conducted itself on the issue of the President not taking decisive action in the Syrian conflict
5:29 - Cal Thomas says media needs to be more skeptical
3:47 - National Review's Rich Lowry says voters will remember Obama's red line denial, even if media ignores it
1:04 - Moderator Jon Scott bids farewell on the final show
7:44 - Are the media beating war drums?
1:11 - The media debate diplomacy or military action as the bloody civil war in Syria escalates to a new level
5:13 - Judy Miller on how media is covering the conflict in Syria
4:53 - Talk Radio News Service's Geoff Holtzman on the questions the media isn't asking President Obama about the crisis in Syria
2:43 - Jim Pinkerton says mainstream media often omits the party affiliation when a democrat is involved in a scandal but often identifies troubled Republicans by their party
8:51 - Press not pushing hard enough for answers?
1:41 - As more details surface about excessive effort at the NSA, should the media be more concerned? Plus, are the press pushing for action in the Middle East?
2:26 - Jim Pinkerton asks why an Arab backed TV channel is covering global warming
4:05 - Rick Lowry on whether comparing both stories shows the media’s double standard
4:38 - Judy Miller looks at the media’s coverage of the country’s recent violence
3:52 - Ellen Ratner on whether any of the media are describing the events in Egypt accurately and calling it a genocide
6:14 - Cal Thomas on whether news outlets have fairly covered both sides of the issue
7:28 - Press defend president's agenda
1:28 - The media are out in force to defend the president's health care agenda, hammering Republicans' efforts to defund the law. Are they telling you all you need to know?
2:16 - Jim Pinkerton on how the media is reporting on the president's health care law
5:03 - Rich Lowry on whether situation is too complex for US news to fully cover
3:24 - Fox News contributor Judy Miller weighs in on New York City's stop-and-frisk tactic
6:06 - Justin Duckham of Talk Radio News Service on whether giving Baldwin his own show will work for the liberal network
2:59 - Cal Thomas on how the media has responded to the RNC chairman’s position
6:03 - Obama chooses 'The Tonight Show' to discuss growing threat
1:54 - Obama makes news on late-night TV; what The Washington Post sale means for the future of newspapers
3:38 - Jim Pinkerton on the apparent bias existing in the US media's coverage of President Obama's policies towards terrorism
6:05 - Richard Grenell on the media coverage’s of President Obama’s recent comments
5:51 - Judy Miller on whether the media still believe Al Qaeda is diminished
4:27 - Ellen Ratner on the media coverage of Obama's remarks on Al Qaeda as compared to Bush's 'Mission accomplished' statement
7:40 - Jim Pinkerton on how the media is covering the Benghazi case and spying on US citizens. Where is the accountability at the NSA?
6:05 - White House trying to steer clear of controversy
1:39 - Are the media buying Obama's 'no spin' claim on the economy?
3:23 - Jim Pinkerton on why Don Lemon is getting clobbered and how it may impact his career
4:30 - Judy Miller on the Liberal media's use of the term "phony" to describe the Benghazi, IRS, and NSA scandals
4:02 - Ellen Ratner asks why the media is not going after the sexist behavior demonstrated by Anthony Weiner and San Diego Mayor Bob Filner
4:29 - Fox News contributor Cal Thomas says show will likely portray Clinton as 'victimized wife' in Lewinsky scandal
6:15 - President revisits old rhetoric
1:36 - President Obama takes his economic agenda on the road and tries to refocus media attention
3:20 - Jim Pinkerton on how the mainstream media is continuing to defame George Zimmerman
3:36 - Rich Lowry on how news outlets have analyzed the city's future
4:09 - Judy Miller discusses her mission to draft a media shield law protecting journalists
4:07 - Cal Thomas on why he thinks the President should move on from the past and address the civil rights problems of today and why education is key
8:16 - Panel reviews national coverage
1:27 - Did media overplay race card in Zimmerman trial, verdict? Plus, Rolling Stone's controversial cover: journalism or ploy to increase sales?
3:53 - Ellen Ratner on whether the media played a part in the racial divide developing as a result of the George Zimmerman trial verdict
6:41 - Republicans accused of sabotaging law
1:44 - Why isn't the press paying attention to ObamaCare? Plus, have the press misused their privilege on covering the Zimmerman trial?
7:47 - Did the journalist have a motive?
1:36 - Did the media ignore Aaron Hernandez's bad behavior?
6:26 - Journalists go after one of their own
1:45 - Are the media reporting fairly on the NSA scandal or is there an agenda at work?
6:26 - President's charm offensive falls flat in Europe
1:30 - Obama's charm offensive falls flat abroad; media turn tables on Cheney over NSA leaker
7:10 - Media focused on the wrong issues?
1:18 - The NSA spying scandal gets more media attention as the leaker goes public and lawmakers grill those involved
1:35 - Ellen Ratner says the mainstream press has been missing in action
5:15 - Bombshell revelations on collection of phone records
1:25 - Bombshell NSA revelations raise tough questions about the government's invasion into our lives; scandal surrounding IRS heats up