7/13/2006 3:02 PM ET
Reporter omitted the fact that activist group WakeUpWalMart.com was the source of a NY Times article publicizing the retailer's softened stance on shoplifting.
7/13/2006 8:33 AM ET
Surprisingly strong tax revenues in 2006 aren't cheered by TV newsrooms.
7/12/2006 4:45 PM ET
Anti-food-industry group has more food stories on network news than official government agency dedicated to nutrition.
7/12/2006 4:38 PM ET
Both networks leave out heavy cost of research or that 30 percent of marketed pharmaceuticals are money-losers.
7/11/2006 4:37 PM ET
Network's reporters ignore analysis that shows prices are reasonable when adjusted for inflation, personal income.
7/11/2006 4:35 PM ET
Reporter Stark leaves out that many 20-somethings are planning for retirement.
7/10/2006 3:33 PM ET
But the article itself shows blue-collar workers like nurses, carpenters among those benefiting from strong economy.
7/10/2006 2:02 PM ET
Business reporter errs in saying Americans are paying a penny less than the 'all-time high.'
7/7/2006 1:12 PM ET
Subsidized flood insurance encourages building on hurricane-prone coasts, while consumers are shocked at private market prices.
7/6/2006 2:58 PM ET
Reporter Alfonsi left out how Democratic governor's plans to raise sales tax shut down the Garden State's government.