9/6/2006 1:05 PM ET
Reporter Savidge focuses on complaints from environmental lobby but leaves out NRDC's anti-drilling bent.
8/31/2006 1:18 PM ET
Network anchor now notices gas prices are falling, but other colleagues beat him to the punch.
8/30/2006 10:22 AM ET
Lauer leaves out how his network predicted $3.50-a-gallon gas just two weeks ago.
8/29/2006 12:40 PM ET
Just two weeks ago, the media complained of 'record' prices; NBC predicted $3.50-a-gallon gas.
8/23/2006 4:59 PM ET
But in his snarky swipe at oil profits, anchor left out historical perspective on gas prices and practical reasons why 30-cent gas is unfeasible.
8/22/2006 1:28 PM ET
One week after journalists tout 'new record highs,' gas hits lowest average in two months.
8/14/2006 3:35 PM ET
Cost at pump is 2 cents less than post-Katrina high, 9 cents less than inflation-adjusted high.
8/14/2006 10:35 AM ET
But other oil experts, noting gas has gone up only one penny in three weeks, see prices going up less dramatically.
8/9/2006 1:42 PM ET
Both networks cited liberal critics but excluded information from the company's news conference just a day earlier.
8/8/2006 3:57 PM ET
Reporter urges viewers to report price gouging after pipeline shutdown, but neglects to mention actual gouging is rare and that high gas prices help prevent shortages.