9/5/2006 4:16 PM ET
'In the Money' crew entertains notion Big Oil dropping prices to boost GOP; co-host Serwer dismisses price drop as a 'blip.'
9/1/2006 1:58 PM ET
But no critics of the regulation or global warming science were included in reporter Blackstone's story.
8/31/2006 2:18 PM ET
Network anchor now notices gas prices are falling, but other colleagues beat him to the punch.
8/31/2006 11:36 AM ET
New data show wage growth at 7 percent after inflation factored out.
8/30/2006 5:58 PM ET
Business reporter leaves out any industry representation. After all, two days earlier he cited an industry spokesman.
8/30/2006 5:06 PM ET
ABC News leads the charge of bad news for workers, despite low unemployment and industries clamoring for more help.
8/30/2006 11:22 AM ET
Lauer leaves out how his network predicted $3.50-a-gallon gas just two weeks ago.
8/29/2006 5:11 PM ET
Anchor hypes study linking work hours to blood pressure, but leaves out how work environment is a factor regardless of hours at the office.
8/29/2006 1:40 PM ET
Just two weeks ago, the media complained of 'record' prices; NBC predicted $3.50-a-gallon gas.
8/28/2006 5:50 PM ET
CNN's Allen Wastler rings bell for more government interference with telecoms, but ignores consumers' existing costs from high taxes and regulation.