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WaTimes v. WaPost

Think the Washington Times harbors a grudge against the Washington Post?

Exhibit A: Its Nov. 5 story about sold-out newspapers around the country failed to mention the most obvious (and local) example…the Washington Post.

Exhibit B: It ran a story today on A3 — headline “Post concedes bias for Obama” — reiterating WaPo ombudsman Deb Howell‘s conclusion that the Washington Post’s coverage of the presidential campaign tilted in favor of Sen. Barack Obama.

(Side note: One tipster thinks that this weekend’s Washington Post magazine piece on health care looks awfully similar to a Washington Times piece from a month ago. You decide.)

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