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2004 Stories by Jarrett Murphy

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  • The War Scores

    published December 28, 2004

    "The military wants to fight this war. Democrats don't." That was New York Post columnist John Podhoretz's take on the recent Military... More >>

  • Media Culpa

    published December 21, 2004

    'Twas the week before Christmas, and from the White House to the Meadowlands, the press opened its stocking to find the usual lump of... More >>

  • Lost and Found

    published December 14, 2004

    Moments after the first presidential debate ended on September 30 at the University of Miami, the press charged into the none-too-subtly named... More >>

  • Getting Burned

    published December 7, 2004

    Was it an act of domestic terrorism, a devilish prank, or just one hell of a coincidence? When nearly simultaneous fires broke out last week... More >>

  • Breaking Silence

    published November 30, 2004

    When Leah Kaelin was allegedly gang-raped at a U.S. Air Force base in June 2003, the military didn't seem to care. She wasn't provided a victim's... More >>

  • Unquiet Riot

    published November 23, 2004

    Like pissed-off small forward Ron Artest charging into a beered-up crowd, the NBA riot stormed its way onto the news pages of Gotham's papers last... More >>

  • Spy Another Day

    published November 16, 2004

    The shakeup at the CIA is being painted as a crusade against agency employees who leaked secret information to the media. If so, it's another... More >>

  • Unfinished Biz

    published November 9, 2004

    "Now that the election is over," declared The New York Times' Elisabeth Bumiller on the Monday after the nation voted, "there remains a... More >>

  • Newsday Shakeup Could Signal Power Shift

    published November 2, 2004

    "Inside Fallujah," the New York edition of Newsday headlined today, as thousands of U.S. and Iraqi troops pushed an offensive aimed at... More >>

  • Waking Yasir

    published November 2, 2004

    For days, New York's tabs could hardly contain their glee over the impending death of Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat. "May he rot in peace," was... More >>

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