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ABC, NBC Drill BP on Pipeline Corrosion

Both networks cited liberal critics but excluded information from the company's news conference just a day earlier.

ABC: Gas Prices Too High? Don't Just Drive On By

Reporter urges viewers to report price gouging after pipeline shutdown, but neglects to mention actual gouging is rare and that high gas prices help prevent shortages.

ABC's Dr. Johnson Prescribes Higher Taxes to Get Smokers to Quit

'World News with Charles Gibson' left out second opinion: higher taxes don't lower smoking rates but do breed black markets, mob-related violence.

CBS's Safer Supersizes Bias Against 'McMansions'

But a real estate expert says large, pricey houses are a tiny part of the market.

CNN Promotes Food Industry for a Change

The cable network takes a break from barking up the wrong tree on industry regulation and personal responsibility.

CBS Hints at More Regulation for the Power Industry

But energy experts point to regulation as the cause for existing problems.

Washington Post: 'Moderate' Republicans Support Tax Increases, Minimum Wage Hikes

Reporter calls pro-tax Virginia politicians 'moderate' while those against tax hikes are 'hard-core.'

ABC's Stark Maximizes Bias on Minimum Wage

From 5-to-1 imbalance in sound bites to excluding critical economists, reporter skews story on wage floor bill.

Media's New Beef with Fast Food: Now Salads Are Bad, Too

NBC consumer correspondent warns that big salads are big on calories.

Housing Bust: Just Kidding!

Some reports finally call housing market shift 'good news for buyers' after years of predicting a bubbly catastrophe ... but others stick with seller-centric 'nightmare.'
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