Scandal

Networks Quick on AIG Scandal, Not on Fannie, Freddie

ABC, CBS and NBC evening news broadcasts highlight $440,000 executive retreat, but don't scrutinize government-sponsored boondoggles.

19 Times Bigger than Enron, and the Networks Didn't See It Coming

Cooking the books but protected by powerful politicians, the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac financial crisis was seen a mile away by print media, but mostly overlooked by networks.

Dodd Defends Sweetheart Countrywide Mortgage Deal

Connecticut senator tells CNBC's 'Squawk Box' special treatment is a 'non-issue.'

CACI's London Makes Strong Defense of 'Good Name'

Account from technology firm shows businesses can take a stand against bad reporting and flourish.

Thanks, Kristen

The girl behind the Spitzer scandal deserves some media attention too.

Reporting the Spitzer Scandal: The Good, the Bad and the Outrageous

Jeff Greenfield tells it like it is; Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz says sweep it under the rug.

Bernanke Critics and Rate-Cut Proponents Quiet after French Banking Scandal

SocGen fraud may have caused European stock market fall that inspired Fed's emergency rate cut last week; Economist: 'There is way too much panic.'

Washington Post Bombards Craig, Shelters Hillary

The obscure GOP senator's public sex scandal gets five full stories, from the front page to the lead editorial. The Democratic presidential frontrunner's brewing campaign financing scandal gets ...
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