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'GMA' Adores the Tax-the-Rich Populism of Warren Buffett

Nation's second-richest man is beloved by journalists for his class warfare rhetoric when it comes to 'taxes and fairness.'

What GOP "Called A Decline in Violence" in Iraq?

David Herszenhorn: "The debate over war financing also provided a forum for Republicans to praise recent developments in Iraq, including what they called a decline in violence."

Oil CEO Gets Death Threat for High Gas Prices

CNN downplays danger, still criticizes Shell's John Hofmeister about 'profit reports.'

There She Goes Again

Newsweek's religion writer gets it wrong on Jefferson, Reagan, statistical analysis…

Wal-Mart's 'Solid' Holiday Forecast Has 'World News' Bearish on Economy

Stocks soar on positive news about the world's largest retailer, but ABC manages to find a downside.

NPR's $100 Oil Series: Profits Will Be Used for New Exploration

Report explains how higher prices enable companies to invest in the future of energy.

ABC: Why is Shell Taking from Your Grandchildren's College Fund?

'Good Morning America' asks president of Shell Oil if he could 'cut back' on profits.

Frank Rich: Bush's "Quiet Coup" Worse Than Musharraf's Blatant One

"This is most apparent in the Republican presidential race, where most of the candidates seem to be running for dictator and make no apologies for it."

Still Jabbing at Giuliani

Reporter Russ Buettner returns to a familiar topic: "The Fox News Channel's coverage of the presidential race has been a topic of some discussion within rival campaigns because the channel is ...

NPR: The Economy Is Surviving $100 Oil

Public radio broadcast says $100 oil hasn't had too much of a negative effect on economy ... 'yet.'