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Some Like It Warmer As Networks Offer Conflicting Winter Reports

ABC, NBC, and CBS dish up three different illustrations of the looming winter months and whether warm or cold, all are bad.

Senate Could Vote Soon on Return of U.N. Sea Treaty Reagan Opposed

Law of the Sea Treaty still 'threatens U.S. sovereignty,' despite limited media attention.

Gore Ignores Repeated Global Warming Debate Challenge

Former vice president claims promoting climate change awareness is his most important mission, but won't take on critics.

Matthews Takes GOP 'Economic Issue' Debate to Iraq and Beyond

Moderator helped push discussion into non-economic concerns including bin Laden and policing Internet.

'The Early Show' Attacks Hollywood for Shying Away from Female Leads

Warner Bros. executive denies sexist remarks, even though there is empirical evidence to support his position.

'American Morning' Criticizes Southwest Airlines for Not Allowing Offensive T-Shirt

CNN leaves out airline policies regarding Floridian's suggestive shirt that 'uses sexual double entendre to promote a fictional fishing tackle shop.'

The Dangers of Those Energy-Saving Light Bulbs

Energy-saving device advocated by Al Gore to 'reduce your carbon impact at home' poses mercury dangers and health risks.

'GMA' Discourages Enforcement of Immigration Laws

Sawyer offers one-sided account that includes need for Mexican labor, emotional pleas and misleading information.

Say Goodbye to Baseball and 'Bulgarian Hookers,' Say Hello to Genocide and 'Oceans of Acid'

Liberal think tank the media cite issues its list of 'Top 100 Effects of Global Warming.'

Journalist Conference Takes Left Turn on Climate Change

Professional organization that prides itself in its Code of Ethics hosts one-sided global warming session at its annual event.
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