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CNN Uses Poll Data to Push Show That Slams Economy

Reporters O'Brien, Schneider admit economy's doing well, but tout bad poll numbers to promote Dobbs program.

A Massive Reporting Deficit

Networks harp on federal deficit as a negative while downplaying how it was halved three years ahead of Bush's prediction.

ABC Double-Doses Attack on Private Health Care

Biased coverage in favor of government health care continues on 'World News' while 'Nightline' turns critical eye on Wal-Mart clinics.

ABC Begins Weeklong 'Prescription' for Government Health Care

But USA Today noted public opposition when people learned of high costs.

PBS's Moyers Attacks Big Business on His Environmental Crusade

'Is God Green?' should be titled 'Is God Anti-Business?'

ABC Slams Companies for Donating to Breast Cancer Research

Reporter David Muir cited liberal critic of corporations who also advises women to forego regular mammograms.

NBC's Williams Omits Charge That Bush Cooked the Books

But the 'Nightly News' anchor stuck with a sour note on the government's finances, leaving out near-record revenue growth and suggestions that tax cuts have helped the economy.

'Early Show' Brews Up Hype on Decaf Coffee

New study confirms jolting news: Decaf java has little caffeine content.

In Government's Name: New York Times Bashes Religious Tax Exemptions

Four-day 'In God's Name' series argues churches cheat taxpayers and cities out of money.

NBC Pumps Up Fears of another Dot-Com Bubble

Network turns from housing fears to suggest YouTube purchase is a new dot-com crash waiting to happen.
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