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Newsweek: Global-Warming Skeptics Are Like Moon-Landing Deniers

Magazine's Senior Editor dismisses 'fairness/accuracy/balance' in climate change reporting because deniers lack 'empirical merit.'

ABC Discovers Free Market Cure for Curbing Meth Abuse

'World News' praises billionaire who tackled Montana's drug problem with business sense.

CBS Looks for Hidden Agenda of GOP Contributors, Not Democrats

'Evening News' interrogates Giuliani 'bundler,' but skips over President Clinton's contribution-related appointments.

Six Models in a Bathtub 'Conserving Water' on 'Top Model'

The CW's model 'Survivor' goes green and takes on tobacco, all in one episode.

CNN Breaks with Tradition, Airs Positive Economic Story

'American Morning' business correspondent Ali Velshi tells viewers how much the stock market has grown this year, offers optimism about fourth quarter.

Hillary's Social Security Solution: Stop Funding 'Tax Cuts for the Wealthy and the War in Iraq'

Democratic presidential candidate Clinton already proposed rolling back Bush tax cuts to fund her health care proposal.

'Early Show's' 'Clean and Green' Family Takes Extravagant Carbon-Curbing Measures

CBS showcases Florida family that reduced their carbon footprint by 90 percent, but didn't disclose their cost to do so.

CNN Team Shocked, Appalled that Bush Would Veto Anything about the Children

CNN political analyst gives emotional opinions, omits White House position that $35-billion spending increase 'goes too far toward federalizing health care.'

Marie Claire Fuels Old Fears about Beauty Products

Magazine promotes 'green goodies' over 'test tube' products as it rehashes potential dangers of chemicals in cosmetics.

'Evening News' Calls Auto Strike 'Tactical Move' to Keep Up Appearances

CBS correspondent makes the point that the walk-out is more about union self-importance than financial desires.
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