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ABC Lean on Fairness in Mad Cow Testing Story
7/21/2006 3:29 PM ET
'World News Tonight' story left out perspective of cattle ranchers.
Wash. Post, NY Times Portray Wal-Mart Court Win as 'Setback'
7/20/2006 3:21 PM ET
Both papers downplayed nationwide union-led efforts to tax large and small businesses more.
Times Ignores Prison Non-Profit's Liberal Slant, Soros Ties
7/19/2006 4:56 PM ET
Justice Strategies director once attacked the 'vengeful penal philosophy' of U.S. prisons.
Food Food Everywhere, But Not a Bite to Eat
7/19/2006 12:28 PM ET
Washington Post reporter complains about supermarkets, citing a critic who thinks Americans spend too little and eat too much.
New York Times Complains of Medicare 'Windfall' for Drug Companies
7/18/2006 3:38 PM ET
Reporter Freudenheim downplays taxpayer pain in paying for the nearly $700-billion program.
CBS Serves Whine with Global Warming
7/17/2006 1:23 PM ET
Reporter Blackstone excludes scientists who are skeptical of new study forecasting doom for Napa Valley.
Wash. Post Finds Negative News Coverage Affects Americans' View of Economy
7/17/2006 12:51 PM ET
Survey commissioned by the paper found more positive views of economy when respondents saw stories on job creation.
Networks Insist Oil Is at 'Record High'
7/14/2006 2:40 PM ET
Reporters finally give geopolitical factors strong place influencing price; but adjusted for inflation, oil is still $10 below 1981 peak.
CNN Ignores Labor Union Source of Wal-Mart Shoplifting Story
7/13/2006 2:02 PM ET
Reporter omitted the fact that activist group WakeUpWalMart.com was the source of a NY Times article publicizing the retailer's softened stance on shoplifting.
CBS, ABC Attack Companies on Cancer Drug Costs
7/12/2006 3:38 PM ET
Both networks leave out heavy cost of research or that 30 percent of marketed pharmaceuticals are money-losers.
ABC Perplexed at High Demand for High-Priced Gas
7/11/2006 3:37 PM ET
Network's reporters ignore analysis that shows prices are reasonable when adjusted for inflation, personal income.
ABC Presents One Young Spendthrift as Symbol of Poor Money Management
7/11/2006 3:35 PM ET
Reporter Stark leaves out that many 20-somethings are planning for retirement.
Washington Post Stokes Class Envy with Front-Page Story
7/10/2006 2:33 PM ET
But the article itself shows blue-collar workers like nurses, carpenters among those benefiting from strong economy.
CNN's Lee Pumps Up Gas Price
7/10/2006 1:02 PM ET
Business reporter errs in saying Americans are paying a penny less than the 'all-time high.'
CBS Lets Government off the Hook in Florida 'Insurance Crisis'
7/7/2006 12:12 PM ET
Subsidized flood insurance encourages building on hurricane-prone coasts, while consumers are shocked at private market prices.
CBS Ignores Role of Tax Hike in Atlantic City Casino Closings
7/6/2006 1:58 PM ET
Reporter Alfonsi left out how Democratic governor's plans to raise sales tax shut down the Garden State's government.
NBC's 'Today' Gives Voice to Class Envy in Hollywood
7/5/2006 2:45 PM ET
Reporter highlights complaint of Academy Award announcer about actors but ignores man's movie work.
CNN Puts Food Police on Patrol in the Grocery Aisle
7/5/2006 12:52 PM ET
'American Morning' features anti-food industry Nestle as it scolds shoppers on processed foods.
CBS Upstages Good Economic News with Foreclosure Worries
6/30/2006 3:20 PM ET
Reporter highlights Cape Cod foreclosure, but leaves out how house is above average in value.
CBS Hypes Tiny 'Smart Car,' Derides 'Bigger is Better Attitude'
6/29/2006 2:15 PM ET
Reporter John Blackstone left out how the 60-horsepower car lacks pep for highway driving.
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