11/3/2006 10:14 AM ET
'Now' features worker who makes more than minimum, leaves out facts about economic impact of proposed increases.
11/2/2006 12:07 PM ET
ABC reports, but CBS and NBC ignore sales increases to discuss hormone treatments.
11/2/2006 11:59 AM ET
But economists see a stable housing market gaining value in the coming year.
11/1/2006 4:13 PM ET
The declining deficit has proven tax cuts don't cause a deficit rise. But the media can't hear that above the Democratic election chorus.
11/1/2006 1:55 PM ET
But even a liberal pundit quoted in cover story admits middle class better off now than years ago.
10/31/2006 1:08 PM ET
ABC, NBC highlight pro-regulation forces and compare obesity to tobacco.
10/30/2006 6:40 PM ET
'Nightly Business Report' segment ignored latest figures showing costs on decline.
10/30/2006 2:35 PM ET
'In the Money' another example of how the network says America beaten.
10/27/2006 3:44 PM ET
'World News Tonight' reporter fusses over Exxon's third-quarter figures.
10/26/2006 1:03 PM ET
Reporter Carl Quintanilla followed NY Times lead in slamming housing market in a story on Home Depot's changing approach to retail.