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HuffPo: 'Missed Opportunity' of BP Spill, Cap and Trade, are 'Point of No Return'

Jim Garrison laments the failure of the eco-left to legislate change on climate issues, surprisingly suggests private sector might be quickest route to change.

NBC Chief Jeff Zucker Open to Political Run, Bringing Couric Back to NBC

Network head tells 'Morning Joe,' he won't rule out political future for him or a return to NBC for former 'Today' co-host.

Million Dollar Babies: CNN, MSNBC Bash News Corp. Donation, Hide Own Political Contributions

Sanchez, Olbermann hype 'a million reasons' to hate Fox News, yet their own parent organizations all favor Democrats

WaPo's Frank Ahrens Suggests Krugman, Kudlow as Potential Romer Replacements

Columnist makes case for chair of White House Council of Economic Advisers candidates including two media personalities at opposite ends of political spectrum.

'60 Minutes' Refuels Coal Ash Attacks, Omit Government Culpability

Leslie Stahl questions 'industry' disposal methods when state and federal regulations govern coal ash.

Hype-brids: Networks Tout Green Vehicles but Americans Buy 4 Times as Many SUVs

ABC, CBS, and NBC cover hybrids 3 to 1 over SUVs, yet SUV sales climb nearly 40 percent while hybrid market share declines.

Journalists Still Hiding Obama's Broken Promises on Jobs

White House made lots of claims about stimulus, including up to 3.6 million private-sector jobs. So far, they are 5.3 million jobs short.

The Golden Witch Hunt: Left-Wing, Mainstream Media Target Gold Advertisers

Precious metal sponsors of conservative-leaning TV and radio programming are facing increased scrutiny from media and liberal politicians.

Santelli: Tea Party More a 'Philosophy' Than a Party

CNBC CME floor reporter tackles allegation of racism in movement.

Attacks on Business Fill Newsweek's List of 'Best Business Literature'

List includes books bashing Murdoch, hedge-fund managers, boards of directors, and capitalism; excludes free market proponents.
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