3/5/2008 4:15 PM ET
Networks continue trend of ignoring scientists who challenge 'consensus,' while newspapers find plenty of environmentalists to mock them.
3/5/2008 11:53 AM ET
Reporter Susan Roesgen says pet abandonment a sign of 'an economy in trouble.'
3/3/2008 2:13 PM ET
Newspaper claims businesses are in a 'hiring strike,' downplays stable, low unemployment.
2/29/2008 3:39 PM ET
'Good Morning America' report offers anecdotes about food inflation, but falls short of reporting what has caused the spike.
2/29/2008 11:45 AM ET
'Today' contributor takes a page from 'Good Morning America' colleague and reports something positive about the economy.
2/28/2008 8:07 PM ET
CNBC 'Mad Money' host compares president to Hoover; admits he likes Clinton for addressing 'housing issue.'
2/28/2008 5:51 PM ET
Fears of economic decline lead to slow, but still positive growth, according to wire service.
2/28/2008 12:01 PM ET
'Today' contributor claims there's no real difference between recession and slowdown, despite the fact that worried talk contributes to economic woes.
2/28/2008 9:49 AM ET
Unsatisfied by characterizing economy as in recession, networks try comparing current situation to the Great Depression.
2/27/2008 5:39 PM ET
'70s Term has become the new buzz word for dismal economic stories.