Economy

'Today' Sends Mixed Signals on Markets

NBC co-host makes Great Depression comparison while CNBC contributors caution against panic.

CBS Guest: Taxpayer-Funded Bailout Needed So Taxes Can Be Collected Later

Economist Mark Zandi tells 'The Early Show' things bound to get worse, but has a backwards solution.

Not Just Recession, Clinton Appointee Talking 'Depression'

Former Labor Secretary Reich: 'I Think There's a 20 Percent Chance of a Depression'

Foreclosure Filings Drop Month-to-Month, So Burnett Reports Year-over-Year Increase

CNBC contributor emphasizes disappointing foreclosure numbers but ignores decrease highlighted by reporting group.

ElectionWatch: Clinton's Rate Foreclosure Freeze Could Cause 'Chaos'

Media gloss over details and effects of liberal candidates' proposed mortgage bailouts.

'Evening News' Plays Race Card on Home Loans

CBS suggests race was a factor in $300 delinquency surcharge in subprime hardship story.

'Nightly News' Takes Populist Tone on Student Loans

NBC urges federal involvement instead of personal responsibility, ignores government role in rising tuition.

Burnett Quadruples Foreclosure Statistics

Reporter says 8 percent of homes are in foreclosure, when it was actually 2 percent for the fourth quarter of 2007.

Advantage for Hillary? Carville Wants Primaries, Not Caucuses Due to 'Subprime Crisis'

Clinton advisor uses 'idiotic economic policies' as rationale to support vote most favorable to former first lady.

Finding a Gas Station with the Highest Price

Prices onscreen continue to be higher than the national average for gas.
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