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The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.

Blood-for-Oil Allegation Leads a News Story from Iraq

The lead sentence of Timothy Williams' report from Baghdad: "More than six and a half years after the United States-led invasion here that many believed was about oil..."

Analyst: Oil at $55 Near-Term, $175 Long-Term

Deutsche Bank oil analyst marks a comeback of alarmingly high oil predictions.

CNBC's Terranova: Missile Defense Decision Will Send Oil Higher

'Fast Money' panelist explains the Obama decision combined with the Oct. 1 meeting with the Iranians will upset Israel and thus send the price of crude up.

Times Plumps Joe Kennedy for Ted's Seat, Ignores Hugo Chavez Ties

In pondering the glories of the waning Kennedy era in Massachusetts, the Times ignored "populist" Joe Kennedy's ties to Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, yet praised Kennedy for providing free ...

Energy Expert: Oil to $20 a Barrel

Respected energy economist Philip Verleger makes case that oil will fall to levels not seen in over a decade.

Fox Business Host Warns $5-Gallon Gas if Iranian Tension Persists

Eric Bolling of 'Happy Hour' explains Iranian instability might force $200-barrel oil; says Israel the wildcard.

Cramer, Burnett: Iran Election Results Expected; Lesson for Card Check Proponents

CNBC personalities note oil's decline on Iran news, but suggest questionable election result a sign of what could happen with unions and Employee Free Choice Act.

Drilling is an Option

ABC, CBS ignore solutions to rising gas prices including new GOP energy plan.

Saudi Oil Minister Reprimands CNBC Reporter for Calling OPEC a 'Cartel'

'Organization' limits output, wants to set price but denies it falls under the definition of a 'cartel.'
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