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CBS Uses Kennedy Diagnosis to Critique Government Cancer Funding

'Evening News' criticizes federal government for reserach funds 'drying up;' praises British government for higher funding.

'American Morning' Beams Over Pro-Tax Warren Buffett

CNN calls world's richest man and Obama supporter a 'genuine real person you could have a great time with' and oh yeah, 'a Democrat.'

Deja Vu: 'Today' Inflates Gas Prices

NBC morning show uses longtime network visual trick to make gas prices seem higher.

'Evening News' Blasts Flame-Retardant Materials

CBS report parrots cause of liberal Maine legislator but downplays the benefits, such as lives saved by chemicals.

The Worst is Yet to Come According to CNN's 'Your Money'

Correspondent Hunter suggests even the Great Depression can't compare to current 'crisis.'

'Nightly News' Calls Cuban Defections a 'Setback'

Segment about Cuban circus romanticizes life under authoritarian socialist rule.

'Big Oil' Faces 'the Same Game Plan that Brought Down Big Tobacco'

Lawyer that sued the tobacco industry in the 1990s now suing energy industry for causing climate change, according to Atlantic Monthly.

WSJ Washington Editor: Network Newscasts 'Don't Matter Anymore'

ABC, CBS and NBC nighttime reports less important to political news cycle.

ABC Anchors Bike to Work, Man Sings Protest Song about Gas Prices

'Good Morning America' report features individual who saved an average of $7 a day riding a bicycle and protestor singing on the roof of a gas station to respond to prices.

'Evening News:' High Gas Prices Leaving Little Girls 'High and Dry'

CBS correspondent reports higher fuel prices forcing municipal government cutbacks, including access to city swimming pools.

Media Follow Gay Script on Marriage Ruling

News coverage celebrates the California Supreme Court's creation of a new 'right,' but ignores the moral concerns and the infringement on the public's right to self-government.

Senators Warn Bill Could Spike Gas $1.50 to $5 a Gallon

Inhofe, Sessions blast massive costs of global warming legislation.

Lauer Prosecutes 'The People vs. Exxon' in CEO Interview

'Today' host repeats popular but faulty criticisms of oil companies in one-on-one with ExxonMobil head.

Media Make Economic Storms Out of Silver Linings

Reports of stronger economy get spun as negative.

CNN Contributor Calls Obama's $150 Billion Energy Proposal 'Valuable'

AOL Money Coach's answer to high gas prices: Obama proposal matched with 'legislation to force the use of alternative energy.'

Networks Project Economic Gloom Before Release Of Positive GDP

Technical definition says it's still not a recession, despite downbeat coverage.

McCain's 'Better Way': 'Eco-Friendly' Campaign Merchandise; Spokesman Says Not Pandering to Left

'Green' campaign items latest signal of global warming pandering as presumptive GOP nominee continues to disappoint conservative base.

ABC Wants You to Fight Global Warming One Cheeseburger at a Time

'World News' correspondent worries about everyone's contributions toward stopping climate change, even though governments worldwide must 'attack' it, he says.

Washington Post Enlists Kids in Fight for Polar Bears

Lacking key facts, Post asks young readers to decide if polar bears 'deserve' to be listed as endangered.

NY Times Admits Fault in Inaccurate Salmon Story

Paper issues an 'Editor's Note' claiming reporter was misled for article attacking industry.

Soros Bashes Free Market in USA Today Profile

Paper: Billionaire supporter of liberal causes calls theory of markets 'rubbish.'

NBC Meteorologist: Cooler Waters, Not Global Warming, Behind Tornadoes

'Nightly News' anchor Brian Williams says 'smart' people say 'we must be doing something to our earth' to cause 'deadly tornado season.'

'Evening News' Gives One-Sided Account of Genetically Modified Food

CBS correspondent Armen Keteyian warns viewers of engineered organisms, despite no evidence of widespread danger.

CNN Wonders 'What If' Oil Hit $200 a Barrel

Segment features speculation by reporter and 'peak oil' analyst, with no counter-arguments from today's reality.

NBC Turns to Government for Salvaged Car Fix

'Today' downplays existing private sector solutions to auto safety questions and features left-wing 'consumer group' in call for federal intervention.

Parade Shills for PBS to Get $400 Million in Federal Funding

NPR affiliates support one-sided poll that equates yes and no votes with 'supporting Big Bird; or give him the ax.'

Al Gore Calls Myanmar Cyclone a 'Consequence' of Global Warming

Former vice president tells NPR's 'Fresh Air' cyclone is example of 'consequences that scientists have long predicted might be associated with continued global warming.'

MSNBC: Man Avoids 'Sky High Gas Prices' by Riding Horse

Report highlights equestrian alternative to vehicles but fails to address serious causes behind higher fuel costs.