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MSNBC: Man Avoids 'Sky High Gas Prices' by Riding Horse

Report highlights equestrian alternative to vehicles but fails to address serious causes behind higher fuel costs.

U.S. News Publisher Denies Giving to Campaigns, Despite 3 Recent Gifts to Dems

Mort Zuckerman tells MSNBC journalism prevents him from making campaign donations; warns of high-priced oil 'threat.'

Times Dubs FAA 'First-Rate Regulator' and 'Role Model'

Newspaper says that in other regions of the world the agency is looked up to.

'Nightly News' Praises 'Victory' Over Home Depot

NBC News host lauds 'great story' about small-town hardware stores outlasting big box chain.

NBC Off by $70 on Expert's View about $200-a-Barrel Oil

Tom Costello reports record-high predictions don't 'surprise' analyst John Kilduff, although Kilduff says oil will top out in the $130s.

All We Are Saying is Give Profit a Chance

'Evening News' is talkin' 'bout money drought, selling out, 'Lennon, thanks,' making bank.

Huffington Compares Media to 'Pontius Pilate' on Global Warming

Left-wing Web site founder blasts media for considering skeptical perspective on 'climate crisis.'

Media Predictions on Unemployment and Jobs Off by Wide Margin

Economic indicators better than expected.

Fineman: 'Just Like the Dollar is Weak, American Media is Weak'

Newsweek senior Washington correspondent notes globalization of press has led to a weaker American mainstream media.

CBS Calls Fidel Castro 'Revolutionary Hero,' Touts Brother's Reforms as 'New Era'

'Early Show' reports changes in Cuba as milestone toward liberalization, but restricted Communist economy remains.
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