Other outlets saw through O'Keefe latest dud. The New York Times, on the other hand, called the purveyor of doctored videos a "political sleuth" and gave him credence that even Fox News has largely avoided as of late.
NRA News host to parents of murdered journalists: "[S]ometimes in a fight we can become so emotional everyone and thing starts looking like the enemy, even if they're there to help us":
The anti-choice organization behind the string of doctored videos attempting to smear Planned Parenthood must release the full, unedited source footage of its videos. Here's why.
Washington Post writer David Ignatius checked the "overstated" uproar over Hillary Clinton's email use as secretary of state, citing national security legal experts who roundly dismiss the idea that any criminal mishandling of classified information occurred.