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Networks Ignore Role Media Played in Autism Battle

Recent coverage is improved, but ABC, CBS, NBC previously kept fears of vaccine link alive for 15 years.
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ABC’s World News Tonight Ignores Slim Prospects Obama’s 2016 Budget Proposal Will Pass

Following the unveiling of President Obama’s 2016 budget proposal, two of the three major broadcast networks made time to mention the story during their Monday evening newscasts, but only in the ...
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NBC Skips Obama’s George Washington Beer Gaffe; Spent Three Straight Nights on Palin’s Paul Revere Tale

During a live interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on Sunday, President Obama told her how, at the White House, “[w]e make beer – the first president since George Washington to make some booze in ...
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Media Anticipated Gas Increases, Not Drop to Nearly $2-a-Gallon

Just before latest major price drop, networks forecast climbing prices, ‘dire’ $5 gas.
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Networks Yawn at Possible Terrorist Attack on Americans in Saudi Arabia

None of the Big Three networks' evening newscasts on Friday covered the shooting of an American citizen in eastern Saudi Arabia earlier in the day. A Friday item by Reuters reported that "a ...
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Networks Continue to Show No Interest in Covering Senate’s Passage of Keystone Pipeline

The nation’s major broadcast networks continued their blackout on Friday morning of not covering the U.S. Senate’s passage of the Keystone XL oil pipeline with zero mentions on their morning ...
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Nets Skip Sheriff's Congressional Slam of Eric Holder and His 'Ugly' Comments

The same networks that have repeatedly defended Eric Holder in the past are now quietly ignoring the congressional testimony of a Milwaukee sheriff who has slammed the Attorney General. ...
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English and Spanish Networks Combine to Ignore Senate Voting to Approve Keystone Pipeline

The U.S. Senate took the step Thursday of approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline in a bipartisan fashion by a margin of 62-to-36, with nine Democrats joining 53 Republicans to pass it for the ...
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Savaging Prime Time: ABC Orders Comedy Based on Gay Sex Provocateur

Anti-Christian bully to bring his bile to a sitcom.
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Networks Fail to Cover WH Spokesman Refusing to Call the Taliban a Terrorist Organization

During the daily White House press briefing on Wednesday, Deputy Spokesman Eric Schultz had an exchange with ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl where ...
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