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'Today' Ignores Necessity of Airline Merger

Delta/Northwest merger portrayed as bad for consumers even though it could be in the best interest for both airlines.

Motion Picture Association Chief Wants 'Healthier' Food in Theaters

Former Agricultural Secretary Glickman carries on fight from the Clinton administration about what we eat.

Reuters Story Makes Outlandish Claim: U.S. Depression a Likely Possibility

Report raises the prospect of the U.S. government being forced into buying American stocks to avert an economic crisis.

Enviro Shocker: Biofuels Production Contributes to Warming, Studies Say

Two studies show clearing land for biofuel production will do more harm than it would prevent.

Oops! CBS Warns of Rough Day for Stocks, but Dow up Big

'Early Show' forecast of 'rough morning' for U.S. markets turns into a gain of 176 points.

Bush Defends Tax Policies Against Media Attack at CPAC

President explains how his tax policy helped grow the economy; criticizes liberal health care proposals.

Media Gas Price Scares Running on Fumes

Predictions of fast-approaching $4-gallon gasoline are evaporating.

Bartiromo Warns Recession Talk 'Begets More Weakness'

CNBC host reminds viewers what recession is; analyst says labor market data indicates economy will not hit recession.

The Worst-Case Economy Reporting Handbook

Media using extreme cases as examples of how bad the economy is for 'average Americans.'

Behar Blames Restaurants for Obesity, Declares People 'Victims' of Eating

'The View' co-host says restaurants, not overeaters, are to blame for obesity.
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