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Washington Post Glows: 'Left-leaning' PR Firm Working Toward 'Progressive' Agenda

Post treats activist David Fenton, who once helped spread the Alar pesticide scare, with great care - unlike paper's treatment of conservative PR executive.

Gas Prices Falling, but Where Are the Stories?

USA Today reports the decline, but networks are lagging behind.

Media Spread Suspicion of Gas 'Gouging'

Record gas prices prompt journalists' support for more price gouging investigations, vague legislation.

Michael Moore as Dan Rather?

Entertainment Weekly cover boy claims anti-industry movie 'Sicko' is journalism.

Just In Time for 'Sicko,' CBS Levels Two-Part Attack on Private Health Insurance

'Evening News' gathers anti-industry sources for airing of grievances against U.S. system.

Winter Sports Seek Congressional Protection from Global Warming

Testimony before Senate committee ignores summer sports and tourism, environmentalists' orders not to travel, and the costs of climate change legislation.

CNN: Hurricane Prediction Upswing Not Because of Global Warming

Segment followed with Gore; 'American Morning' anchor Kiran Chetry suggests hurricane would cure Florida's drought woes.

Assault on the Great American Cookout

From the media's war on obesity to global warming, grilling and picnic foods just shouldn't be on the menu.

Networks Dramatize Diabetes Drug Dangers

ABC, CBS and NBC emphasize the potential for complications and death from Avandia, despite calls from study's author to exercise discretion.

USA Today: Money Gap Not Class-Related; It's Age

Newspaper takes on income inequality debate and adds important factors such as education, delayed careers for young people, and taxing the young to feed the old.
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