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CBS Keeps Misleading Viewers on Millions of Uninsured
2/26/2009 2:30 PM ET
'Evening News' cites flawed data to promote President Obama's 'action' on health care.
'The International' Shoots at Banking Industry, Scores $10 Million Opening Weekend
2/16/2009 1:06 PM ET
Slow-moving thriller portrays banking executives as killers, arms dealers and money launderers, while media push it as 'fact.'
Obama Follows Media, Pushes for Pay Caps
2/11/2009 3:54 PM ET
Populism's march continues with compensation restrictions for TARP recipients, but economists warn that wage controls 'never work.'
Finding an 'Upside To The Downturn'
2/6/2009 5:06 PM ET
NBC 'Nightly News' and Marie Claire find silver linings to economic trouble.
Suze Orman Claims White Collar Workers are in 'Bread Lines'
2/6/2009 12:41 PM ET
Personal finance expert tells Larry King to 'look at the people' in soup lines.
CNN's 'AC360' Highlights Obama Waffling on Jobs
2/3/2009 3:11 PM ET
Ed Henry says President moved 'goal post' for job creation again.
ABC: Cutting Food Costs Can Lead to Obesity
2/2/2009 5:17 PM ET
'World News' says receding economy can cause expanding waistlines.
BB&T CEO: 'Religious Belief' in Affordable Housing, 'Misregulation' Caused Financial Crisis
1/30/2009 3:36 PM ET
John Allison says government created problems, media penchant for bad news made situation worse.
NBC Historian: 28 Degrees, So It Must Be 'Global Warming'
1/21/2009 5:40 PM ET
Michael Beschloss ignores frigid temps, claims warming could be responsible for lack of snow.
Krugman's Obama Would be Like 'Franklin Delano'
1/21/2009 3:24 PM ET
Nobel Prize winning economist has devoted over half his post-election columns to urging Obama to act like FDR, or promoting New Deal-style stimulus.
Tennessee Sludge Spill: Government Disaster 30 Times Worse than Exxon-Valdez
1/14/2009 3:32 PM ET
Media ignore fact that New Deal utility is run by the government.
CNN Offers Populist's 'Pros and Cons' Instead of Balance
1/9/2009 2:54 PM ET
'American Morning' provides one columnist's perspective of President-elect's stimulus plan.
Finally, a Bailout That Makes CNN Skeptical
1/8/2009 12:56 PM ET
'American Morning' offers balance, asks questions regarding porn companies' request for $5 billion federal bailout.
CNN Highlights Government's Digital 'Snafu'
1/7/2009 4:59 PM ET
Gerri Willis reports that the program to fund TV converters is 'out of money.'
CNN's Gupta: A Surgeon General Who Backs an Obesity Tax?
1/6/2009 5:46 PM ET
Obama has tapped Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who warned viewers about the danger of eating iPhones and supported a San Francisco plan to tax 'cheap' corn products.
CNN Plays Scrooge in Credit Card Hit Piece
12/17/2008 3:04 PM ET
John Roberts and Carol Costello attack 'warm and fuzzy' ads, promote greater regulation of plastic.
CNN Cries for Japanese Recession 'Orphans'
12/15/2008 4:13 PM ET
'Newsroom' segment worries about daughter of stay-at-home mom, dad who works 12-14 hour days.
The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2008
12/11/2008 4:40 PM ET
BMI's collection of outrageous economic bias for the entire year: From the salmonella outbreak to the media's call for a new, New Deal.
New TNT Drama Pits 'Robin Hoods' Against 'Capitalist Victimizers'
12/8/2008 2:18 PM ET
'Leverage' attacks insurance and aerospace companies in series premiere.
Krugman Claims Government Has $10 Trillion 'Cushion'
12/3/2008 3:11 PM ET
Pro-intervention economist and Nobel Prize winner tells 'Good Morning America' viewers that trillions more could be spent to fix the economy.
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