7/17/2008 3:05 PM ET
'Good Morning America' has some positive news about the economy for the first time in a while, as tech companies see earnings.
7/17/2008 8:01 AM ET
'Good Morning America' continues to feed hysteria over bank failures.
7/16/2008 5:25 PM ET
Cooking the books but protected by powerful politicians, the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac financial crisis was seen a mile away by print media, but mostly overlooked by networks.
7/16/2008 9:18 AM ET
NBC reporter promotes high gas prices as a positive because they are forcing Americans to find ways to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
7/15/2008 10:32 PM ET
Sen. Jim Bunning labels Bear Stearns rescue 'amateur socialism' compared to latest government move.
7/15/2008 5:10 PM ET
John Hofmeister tells CNBC short-term vision on energy from Washington leaders is costing Americans.
7/15/2008 10:54 AM ET
Segment highlights negative aspect of deal without mentioning positives.
7/14/2008 1:23 PM ET
Connecticut senator tells CNBC's 'Squawk Box' special treatment is a 'non-issue.'
7/14/2008 1:09 PM ET
ABC, NBC morning shows give some perspective but still feed hysteria on bank closing.
7/14/2008 9:16 AM ET
Left-wing conference hears that without prosperity people won't try to fix climate; promotes government mandate for flex-fuel cars.