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Student Loan Providers 'Sound Like Drug Companies,' CNN Reporter Scolds

'In the Money' report drags several industries through the mud while pushing for more government control of student loans.

Wal-Mart Employees: Fat, Poor, Unhealthy Robots

Michael Barbaro: "Its workers earn, on average, less than $20,000 a year, which means that fitness and ecology are, by necessity, relatively low priorities....And a disproportionate number of its ...

Airline Complaints Down, Network Complaints about Airlines Up

CBS, NBC attack industry for poor performance though travelers do not.

CNN Blames the Victim in Data Theft

O'Brien blasts TJX for not being 'forthcoming' instead of criticizing criminals for the thefts.

ABC Gets Syrupy over Global Warming

'World News' says 'long-term warming trend' could damage state's economy, though NBC showed how farmers can adapt.

ABC Airs Halliburton Hit Piece

'World News Sunday' balance consists of nine seconds from CEO.

Richer People 'Good News' If They Are Women

ABC and NBC stay positive about the increasing number of female billionaires, despite previous anti-rich slant.

Public Radio: Why Should U.S. Adopt 'Failure' of E.U. Carbon Reduction Plans?

'Marketplace' segment acknowledges economic 'pain' of ineffective emissions cuts.

Networks Hype Credit Companies Abuse

Evening newscasts use 'horror stories' but leave out personal responsibility.

Runway Waits Uncommon Despite Media Hype

USA Today emphasizes two-hour waits, but Associated Press shows chances 1 in 1,000.
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