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'Today' Tells Viewers Fall in the Stock Market Can Be a Good Thing

CNBC personal finance expert Suze Orman explains the 'buy low and sell high' strategy is best for long-term investors.

Media Claim Business Owes Debt to Society

Lenders and related companies are blamed for borrowers' debt troubles six times as often as borrowers, according to a new study of network media coverage.

Did Someone Say Pray? Bring on the Atheist Rebuttal!

ABC ridicules Georgia governor Sonny Perdue for asking God to relieve a drought.

Beware Hillary's Whitewash

How is it that the wife of an impeached president, the policy architect of a 1300-page left-wing health-care fiasco, and the document-shredding stonewaller of a welter of scandals turn her ...

CBS 'The Early Show' Tells Only Half of the Devalued Dollar Story

Business correspondent Anthony Mason neglects weak dollar's positive effect on exports and idea that it may be undervalued.

Reagan the Racist? David Brooks vs. Paul Krugman, Round 2

Slate picks up on David Brooks' secret attack on Paul Krugman for spreading myths about Reagan and racism.

Times Honors Medal of Honor Winner Michael Murphy

Michael Winerip interviewed Murphy's parents: "His parents said they never worried whether Michael the boy could take care of himself, but they did fear he was a little too altruistic for his own ...

CNBC Anchor's 'Gut Feeling' Says No Recession

'Face of CNBC' Maria Bartiromo tells 'Today' she has doubts about economic downturn despite gloom and doom reporting.

CNN Uses Wounded, Homeless Vets to Indict Bush, U.S.

On Veteran's Day, the cable network says America's treatment of retired servicemen is a national shame.

Two Nets Salute Vets

Fox, NBC honor American military veterans without playing politics.