5/5/2008 1:56 PM ET
Milder-than-expected job losses in April nonetheless spurred a lead story shouting the loss as "powerful evidence that the United States is almost certainly now ensnared in a recession."
5/2/2008 3:55 PM ET
Grocery inflation is increasing at an annual rate of 5.3 percent, but 'Evening News' reports on food items that have increased as much as 36 percent.
5/2/2008 2:24 PM ET
Economic indicators better than expected.
5/1/2008 4:41 PM ET
'World News' reports proposed gas tax holiday supported by Clinton and McCain is bad for consumers and the environment.
5/1/2008 2:50 PM ET
'Early Show' reports changes in Cuba as milestone toward liberalization, but restricted Communist economy remains.
5/1/2008 11:58 AM ET
CNBC's Burnett answers unexpectedly positive GDP numbers with a new economic measure.
5/1/2008 11:43 AM ET
One question from a pollster highlighted by the Times: "The anti-immigrant sentiment in the United States is making it more difficult to send money to my family." How, exactly?
4/29/2008 11:54 AM ET
CBS reports food and energy inflation will nullify the effects of 'stimulus,' while credit cards will do well.
4/28/2008 1:24 PM ET
'Early Show' uses jobless couple as representative of middle-class families.
4/25/2008 1:13 PM ET
Woe in the Northeast thanks to the bad economy, says Erik Eckholm: "...natural gas and electricity prices have also climbed at a time when low-end incomes are stagnant and prices have also jumped ...