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Journalism Magazine Compares Murdoch to a 'Scorpion'

Columbia Journalism Review doesn't believe News Corp.'s Murdoch would maintain the 'credibility' of Wall Street Journal.

Left-wing group turns cereal killer, tries to whack Snap, Crackle, Pop and Toucan Sam

CBS says it's 'a great idea' that Kellogg's reaches agreement with advocacy groups to end some cereals toward children.

ABC 'World News' Uses Questionable Data in Home Foreclosure Story

Report states foreclosures up 90 percent, although source admits its own foreclosure data is susceptible to error.

'Evening News' Paints Late Retirement as Hardship

But CBS report contradicts data showing baby boomers much better off now than 50 years ago.

Media Exaggerate Student Loan 'Crisis'

Following liberal attorney general's lead, journalists portray lenders as malicious source of students' debt woes.

CNN: Americans 'work more than medieval peasants'

'In the Money' show reporter complains employees don't get enough time off.

CNN Tells One Side of BENGAY-Related Tragedy

Mother blames manufacturer and calls for regulation, but other reports mention warning signs and other contributing factors.

'American Morning' Offers More Free Advertising for Moore's 'Sicko'

CNN's glowing film preview takes Michael Moore's stunts seriously.

NY Times: Poverty's a Huge Issue, Though We're Better Off Than Ever; Wealth Redistribution is Centrist Policy

NY Times Magazine devotes 21,000 words to warped economic perspective.
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