Mar 1, 2012 — In his way, Breitbart was a hyperactive Web reinterpretation of the pre-Revolutionary pamphleteer Thomas Paine. Or of Philip Freneau, who, as a Philadelphia journalist during the early American republic, was an anti-Federalist propagandist for then-Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson.
Mar 1, 2012 — With gas prices rising and Republicans blaming him, President Obama was expected to call for an end to oil company tax breaks. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney said he does indeed support a bill that would allow employers to not provide health insurance coverage for contraceptives.
Mar 1, 2012 — He cultivated controversy and was a thorn in liberals' sides. Breitbart died of natural causes, according to his newssite.
Jun 6, 2011 — The New York Democrat has been at the center of a media firestorm in recent days over sexually charged photos allegedly sent from his online social media accounts to several women. He will not resign from office, he says.
Feb 14, 2011 — Sherrod says Breitbart defamed her. He says she's trying to divert attention away from other reporting he's doing.
Sep 17, 2010 — Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart exposed how money is raised in D.C. by posting to his website a voicemail from Washington Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton.
Jul 29, 2010 — Two points of view on conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart. The view of Michael Steele of the RNC is positive; he's invited Breitbart to head up a GOP fundraiser next month. The view of Shirley Sherrod is less positive; she's suing him.
Jul 27, 2010 — Host Michel Martin explores the lessons that can be learned from the Shirley Sherrod story — by the president, by Fox News Channel and by all journalists — about race, politics and the power of the truth.
Jul 22, 2010 — Shirley Sherrod made the rounds on the morning news shows in kind of a victory lap.
Jul 20, 2010 — Andrew Breitbart told John King he wasn't after Shirley Sherrod but the NAACP.