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When Media Aren't Ignoring Controversial Evolution Movie, Expelled, They're Hostile

New York Times, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times discussed Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth at least three dozen times before the documentary was released. Ben Stein's Expelled? Two mentions.

Media Myth: Nine Worst Business Stories

(of the Last 50 Years)

'World News' Reports Only Opposition to Airline Merger

ABC excludes several key senators' support for Delta/Northwest merger in report about government hurdles.

CBS Embraces Left-Wing Talking Points When Following Taxpayers' Money

'Evening News' commemorates Tax Day 2008 de-emphasizing entitlements, calling some spending of taxpayer money 'relative bargains.'

ElectionWatch: NBC on McCain's Proposed Tax Cuts: It 'Doesn't Add Up'

'Nightly News' finds everything wrong with the presumptive GOP nominee's economic plan and nothing right.

Vieira Asks Another Airline CEO for Impossible 'Guarantee'

'Today' co-host asks for a guarantee Delta Air Lines would not raise fares or reduce services in wake of airline merger.

ElectionWatch: Krugman Recycles Story His Own Paper Debunked; Then Apologizes

Liberal columnist repeated a disproved Clinton talking point to promote the need for socialized medicine five days after his own newspaper disproved it.

Networks Report Zero Upside to Delta/Northwest Merger

Evening news shows ignore positives of industry consolidation for consumers and improvements in long-term stability of the industry.

CNN Shows a Better Way to Handle Potential Foreclosure

'Issue #1' segment a sharp contrast to April 3 'World News' report on how to cheat on your mortgage.

Former CBS Anchor Blames Deregulation for Deterioration of TV News

Roger Mudd claims TV has become too dependent on pictures and has very little optimism for the future of TV news.

Ethanol Being Blamed for Global Food Riots

New York Times columnist praised by Pulitzer board for 'clarity of vision' didn't foresee global food shortages that resulted from the realities of his vision.

Harry Smith Says Tax Refunds Are 'Too Much'

'The Early Show' host 'stunned' by average refunds while financial expert explains rebates and refunds and encourages financial responsibility.

NY Times Praises Soros as 'Prophet'

Profile downplays far-left philosophies and praises his unreliable predictions of economic turmoil.

Wash. Post Editor Says He Can't See a Time When There Won't Be a Print Edition

Sixteen-year veteran editor Leonard Downie admits he is concerned about the future for mid-size market papers.

'Nightly News' Joins Anti-Wal-Mart Groups in Airing Embarrassing Video

CNBC reporter admits network is purchasing footage from Wal-Mart executive meetings that anti-Wal-Mart groups are also planning to exploit.

NBC's Lauer Speaks Out for American Airlines

'Today' show finally reports the real cause of canceled flights: The FAA

'Today' Incites More Alarm over Water Bottles - Even Reusable Ones

Segment's medical expert warns against use of plastic bottles made with traces of Bisphenol-A, despite having a long track record of being safe.

'Today' Jokes About 'Eco-Mom' Hypocrisy

NBC morning show glosses over shortcomings of fad environmentalism.

Media Pile on Airlines over 'Safety Concerns'

Network news shows finally get on board with criticism of Federal Aviation Administration.

Econ 101: ElectionWatch: Presidents Shouldn't Have 'Plans'

Candidates race to present plans for the economy, education, health care and global warming - but a planned economy has never worked before.

Washington Examiner CEO: Free Content Key to Newspaper Success

Michael Phelps advocates editorial posture 'slightly right of center' and 'pro-business.'

CNBC's Faber on Network TV News: 'That Ship Has Sailed'

High cost of network newsgathering hurting CBS's bottom line and is leading to its ultimate phase-out according to report.

'Evening News' Showcases Green Lunacy: Trees Violate Solar Law

Report ignores inefficiency of solar energy source and property rights implications of California shade ordinance.

'60 Minutes' Scaremongers for Protectionism on Foreign Investment

Report views foreign investment in U.S. as dangerous rather than a sign of economy's profitability.

'World News' Portrays Financially Overstretched Family as Underdogs

Staten Island couple earning less than $30,000 a year defaulted on $335,000 mortgage, but depicted as prey of 'predatory lenders.'

CNN Business Reporter Links Rising Corn Costs to Ethanol

Ali Velshi says government mandated ethanol has led to increase in commodities prices and the cost of the food on your table.

Specter: Funding for Embryonic Stem Cell Research after 2010

Senior Pennsylvania senator says federal funding is 'not a matter of whether, but when.'

CBS Omits Skepticism of Homeowner Bailout Plan

'Evening News' acts as if mortgage rescue package is taxpayers' duty since 'the government helped rescue Bear Stearns.'