8/9/2007 2:08 PM ET
CBS repeats data that includes non-citizens.
8/9/2007 1:00 AM ET
CBS promotes universal health care again, but other stories in the news show that common sense and healthy habits are the keys to driving down mortality rates.
8/8/2007 6:15 PM ET
Hybrids still cost more and can have repair problems, but media coverage stays positive.
8/8/2007 5:53 PM ET
'Evening News' hints that the Federal Reserve's decision not to lower interest rates is making it harder to get a mortgage.
8/8/2007 3:59 PM ET
Minnesota disaster brings out media tendency to promote government, though they bash businesses under the same tragic circumstances.
8/8/2007 2:47 PM ET
Alex Kotlowitz: "Over the past two years, more than 40 local and state governments have passed ordinances and legislation aimed at making life miserable for illegal immigrants in the hope that ...
8/8/2007 12:52 PM ET
One guest, a left-wing writer, compares environmental advances in coal-burning technology to 'fat-free doughnuts.'
8/8/2007 10:46 AM ET
John Burns also thinks that the Iraq mission may have been doomed from the start, but thinks things will get much worse there if the U.S. leaves.
8/8/2007 1:00 AM ET
Wishful thinking from The Washington Post.