12/6/2007 2:10 PM ET
In its front-page story on the subprime housing "crisis," the Times ignores conservative concerns and embraces the issue as a political game - one the liberal Democrats are sure to win.
12/4/2007 2:48 PM ET
'Nightly News' warns that fewer 'mini-mansions on wheels' mean an economic breakdown is dead ahead.
12/3/2007 2:23 PM ET
Networks warned of $100/barrel oil and its potentially disastrous effects months ago, but it hasn't happened.
11/30/2007 12:38 PM ET
CBS, NBC do find time to report Bush administration's reduced growth forecast.
11/28/2007 6:22 PM ET
Network claims 'All 20 Cities' in Decline, but CNN shows 'almost 5 percent' gains in Seattle and Charlotte.
11/28/2007 4:48 PM ET
Despite Federal Reserve's expectations of no recession in 2008, journalists can't get enough of the word.
11/26/2007 5:37 PM ET
Retail sales show big gains, although several media outlets warned of the worst.
11/26/2007 4:56 PM ET
As the 2008 election approaches, the Times uses the image of a sinking red "RECE$$ION" to communicate a fear that is so far only a phantom menace.
11/20/2007 6:29 PM ET
Cost of a typical Thanksgiving dinner still a bargain, some say, and when adjusted for inflation, costs are actually down.
11/19/2007 6:44 PM ET
CBS continues trend as most downbeat of network newscasts for economic coverage.