David Cohen, a white man, serves as an executive vice president for Comcast and is the subject of a feature in The New York Times for his role in the company’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. He is shown photographed with six other white men — including Steven Spielberg, former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA), and Comcast CEO Brian Roberts — at a 2011 benefit in Philadelphia.

David Cohen, a white man, serves as an executive vice president for Comcast and is the subject of a feature in The New York Times for his role in the company’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. He is shown photographed with six other white men — including Steven Spielberg, former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA), and Comcast CEO Brian Roberts — at a 2011 benefit in Philadelphia.

Missouri state Rep. Chuck Gatschenberger (R), a white man, is sponsoring a bill that would require women to wait 72 hours before having an abortion. In promoting his bill he claimed getting an abortion is like buying a car or carpeting. There is no mandatory waiting period to make those purchases.

A photo montage in The Washington Post accompanies a story about a gathering to celebrate the 25th anniversary of George H.W. Bush’s presidency and discuss the potential of sending yet another son — Jeb Bush — to the White House. President Bush, a white man, is pictured with his vice president and fellow white man Dan Quayle. Beneath them, a panel of five additional white men sit in comfortable chairs in front of flags and banners reading GEORGE BUSH 25TH ANNIVERSARY.

A photo montage in The Washington Post accompanies a story about a gathering to celebrate the 25th anniversary of George H.W. Bush’s presidency and discuss the potential of sending yet another son — Jeb Bush — to the White House. President Bush, a white man, is pictured with his vice president and fellow white man Dan Quayle. Beneath them, a panel of five additional white men sit in comfortable chairs in front of flags and banners reading GEORGE BUSH 25TH ANNIVERSARY.

Seven white men — Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch, Charles Dolan, James Dolan, and Ralph Roberts and Brian Roberts — are featured and photographed in a story in The New York Times covering the succession of leadership at FOX, Cablevision, and Comcast.