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Baby, It's Warm Outside

Dobbs Takes Left Turn on Private Highway Investment

Reporter Lisa Sylvester selectively edited interview of free market advocate

Journalists Snow Public with Avalanche of Warming Reports

It's 'balmy,' it's golf weather and media claim 'it's the end of the world.'

'Once and For All' Lasts Just 72 Hours

NBC does about-face on global warming after scientist tells anchor it's not responsible for balmy Northeast.

CNN's 'In the Money' Begins Year with Gloomy Predictions

Speculation covers oil prices, housing, unemployment.

ABC's Redeker Complains of Budget Cuts to Amtrak

Reporter leaves out critics of the subsidized system, where taxpayers foot the bill for travelers.

CBS's Winter of Discontent

Reporter Bowers gripes about warm temps, but as last winter set in, her network hyped energy prices in cold weather.

CBS News Complains of Lackluster Christmas Shopping Season

But strong growth in jobs, wages and Internet sales belies reporter's slant.

NBC, CNN Leave Out Hurricane Expert's View on Global Warming

Retiring NOAA meteorologist Max Mayfield doubts global warming is to blame for intense hurricane seasons.

Democrats: There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Regulation

The media have missed a big story: Democratic politicians attacking Sarbanes-Oxley for punishing businesses and workers.

Journalists Agree It's Time for Democrats' 'First 100 Hours'

Media have long provided uncritical support of liberal agenda, from minimum wage hike to universal health care.

CBS's Alfonsi Shakes Up Audience with Drinking Survey

'Evening News' report an intoxicating mix of hype and anti-industry activists.

ABC Double-Doses Attack on Private Health Care

Biased coverage in favor of government health care continues on 'World News' while 'Nightline' turns critical eye on Wal-Mart clinics.

CNN Business Reporter Says Minimum Wage 'Simply Not Fair'

'American Morning's' Ali Velshi pushes liberal talking points on minimum wage.

Christmas Shopping Season a 'Fizzle?'

An increase of 6.5 percent leaves networks unsatisfied.

New York Times Warns of 'Scant Progress' on Women's Pay

Leonhardt story leads with worst data, buries how pay gap has narrowed.

ABC Even Complains About Charity

'World News Tonight with Charles Gibson' finds controversy instead of Christmas cheer.

'Today' Show Gift: A Balanced Auto Story

Report should remind other media that not all car companies are going south this winter.

CNN Calls for Government Action on Rising Child Care Expenses

'Lou Dobbs Tonight' reporter gives no context for one family's day care costs.

They Say They Want a Revolution: Privately-Run Public Schools

But major media ignore or downplay some of commission's key recommendations for improved education in America.

Media Scrooges: 'Bah, Humbug' To Wall Street's Christmas Bonuses

Contrary to their present Grinchiness, the press were much merrier about this annual ritual in 1999.

ABC Left Out Union Ties of Merit-Based Pay Critic

Reporter Stone attributed Houston teacher's complaints to concern for curriculum.

Small Cars: From Nice to Naughty List?

CBS warns of dangers, but in June, reporter Blackstone complained a 'bigger is better' attitude was hurting small car sales.

CNN's 'In The Money' Laments 'Soaring' College Costs with Extreme Example

Segment complains of lower grants, using one school's 18-percent tuition hike as a benchmark.

Baltimore Sun Leaves Terrorism out of Nigerian Oil Violence

Foreign reporter Scott Calvert avoided 'terrorist' label for car-bombing, hostage-taking insurgency.

When Should Information Not Be Free?

'Open access' plan in Congress would create another governmental boondoggle.

CBS Reporter Takes Swipe at Drug Industry, Praises Politician in Blog Post

Armen Keteyian lamented 'Big Pharma's' 'control' over Americans.

'Evening News' Milked Tragedies to Scare Viewers on Depression Drugs

NBC, ABC gave viewers a more balanced, less emotionally-charged look at a new FDA warning label on suicide risks for young people.