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A Different Standard: Gas Price Coverage Shifts since 2008 High

Reporting of consumer hardship, market-factor scrutiny and the effects Middle East turmoil on oil and gas prices has evolved since last summer.

Easily Impressed TV Anchors Marvel At Obama's Fly Swat

The everyday act of swatting a bug happens countless times at picnics and ball games across the country, but when CNBC's cameras caught Barack Obama slapping a fly, the fawning liberal press ...

He's No Spitzer: ABC, CBS, NBC All Brand Ensign a 'Republican'

Wednesday's ABC, CBS and NBC morning shows made a point of labeling Nevada Senator John Ensign a "Republican" after he admitted an extramarital affair. NBC, which took days to admit New York's ...

Comedian on Today Show Trashes Sarah Palin: She's 'Very Much Like Herpes'

VH1 comedian Chuck Nice appeared on Tuesday's Today show and compared Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to the sexually transmitted disease herpes. He mocked: "But, Sarah Palin to the GOP, this is what ...

Even Liberal Moyers Says NBC's Special Was 'Valentine' to Obama

Conservative talk-show hosts and bloggers have been hammering away at the gooey NBC News Inside the White House specials with Brian Williams adoring Obama. But Williams also drew fire from the ...

NBC's Brokaw Suggests Israelis Acting Like Nazis vs. Palestinians

Talk about moral equivalency run amok. On Friday, NBC's Tom Brokaw asked President Obama two questions about his upcoming trip to Buchenwald, a Nazi death camp: First, what lessons does Obama ...

Nets Tout Obama's 'Historic' and 'Transformational' Speech in Cairo

Thursday's network evening newscasts gave positive reviews to President Obama's Cairo speech, with NBC the most glowingly positive. NBC quoted one observer who said she got "goose pimples," and ...

Obama, Media Likely Wrong on 2009 Job Figures ... By May

Finding the 'glass half full,' nets and newspapers find good news about job loss, ignore failure of stimulus to halt rising unemployment.

NBC, ABC Attack Governor and California Voters for Proposed Termination of 'Essential Services'

The 'Today Show' and 'World News' mourn California's proposed budget cuts, despite the state's failing economy.
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