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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Erik Wemple
A media war waged largely behind the scenes for months has now flared, leading top dogs at Politico and The Washington Post to stage a sit-down to discuss some perceived biased coverage.
After generally earning strong praise in her new MSNBC gig, 27-year-old Abby Huntsman stumbled somewhat on Tuesday while discussing Middle East politics.
Amid withering criticism from media watchdogs, NBC News said Monday that it will conduct an internal probe into how and why an audiotape of George Zimmerman's 911 call was altered to make the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer sound racist.
"I am eager for any opportunity to get Politico's input on things," he wrote. "Anything that advances us in that direction is a good development."