Here's an example of that unbiased reporting; all you need is the first sentence. The equally unbiased National Review reports the following:
Just now on NPR’s Morning Edition (yes, I often listen), a story on yesterday’s failed vote on Debo Adegbile began “a handful of southern Democrats joined Republicans yesterday to defeat President Obama’s choice to head the Justice Department’s civil rights division.” For what it’s worth the Democrats who voted no:If it's not bias, I'd be curious how else you'd explain it.
Chris Coons (Del.)
Bob Casey (Pa.)
Mark Pryor (Ark.)
Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.)
Joe Manchin (W.V.)
Joe Donnelly (Ind.)
John Walsh (Mont.)
And, of course, Harry Reid (Nev.), who did it for procedural grounds.
Not exactly Sons of the Confederacy.
Update, 3/8/14: They've changed the audio now. How cute. I know what I heard, and the author of the linked piece above heard the same thing. Commenters noticed as well:
Nope, no bias here.