Go take a look at CNN's main page. Tell me what you don't see. Here, I saved you a screen shot:
Yeah, the little admission from Friday that the IRS was targeting Tea Party groups that had applied for tax-exempt status. Completely missing from the "above the fold" part - there is an opinion piece about the IRS and the Tea Party (which manages to blame the Bush administration's for investigating the NAACP) - is any sort of investigative reporting on the implications of the Obama administration using the IRS as a tool against political foes. There's even a piece on Benghazi, but not the IRS - one can only wonder if that's because "Benghazi was a long time ago" and it's now "safe" to "investigate".
Gee, using the IRS to audit one's political foes? Larry Klayman and Judicial Watch are nodding in approval. Interestingly enough, while CNN is quick to label the Bush administration's investigation of the NAACP as an example of "targeting" - because the only legislators asking for the investigation were Republicans - they say nothing about how the Clinton Administration went after Judicial Watch - even though the only legislators asking for a review of JW were ... Democrats.
And you know, not for nothing, but I love how the spin on Benghazi is that Republicans are only interested in pursuing it because it might harm Hillary!'s chances in 2016. Because, you know, the American electorate is going to remember this investigation three and a half years from now, right? Unless the American left believes that serious offenses - offenses punishable by jail time that would preclude Hillary! from running - were committed; it's hard to see how this investigation could hurt her in 2016. In fact, I'd argue that a bloody Biden/Clinton nomination fight would be preferable for the GOP...
But yeah, the IRS investigates groups critical to the president and it's not newsworthy - but there's no bias!
That is all.