1/17/2007 3:56 PM ET
The 2006 collapse never came, so now journalists are looking to 2007 to make their gloomy predictions look smart.
1/11/2007 2:28 PM ET
But fewer than 500,000 make minimum wage, and research shows two-thirds of workers earn more than the minimum within a year of starting their jobs.
1/8/2007 5:29 PM ET
Speculation covers oil prices, housing, unemployment.
11/3/2006 11:24 AM ET
'Evening News' anchor forecasted clouds on economic horizon hours before government announced a 5-year low in unemployment.
10/11/2006 3:16 PM ET
How Networks Distort a Good Economy and Batter President Bush
10/10/2006 12:59 PM ET
Weekend news reports leave out huge revision to employment numbers.
10/9/2006 12:35 PM ET
Describing a September in which the unemployment rate fell: "For American workers, the job market is starting to look a lot less inviting."
9/28/2006 1:46 PM ET
'Nightly News' touts housing and auto problems instead of near-record average.
9/14/2006 2:51 PM ET
NY Times' Uchitelle says workers' low self-esteem is worse for the economy than the Great Depression.
9/6/2006 4:03 PM ET
Media ignore or downplay income increases and halt in poverty's rise, insisting worker pay is dropping.