10/24/2006 12:49 PM ET
Eduardo Porter asks the question but misses one of the obvious answers: Media bias, including the slant of his own paper.
10/24/2006 11:21 AM ET
'Evening News' anchor continues pattern of economic reporting BMI found in latest study
10/19/2006 2:39 PM ET
Anchor insists he has a problem with both parties, but his new book and town hall special confirm he favors bigger government to rescue workers "struggling to hold on to the American Dream."
10/18/2006 5:42 PM ET
Writer Keith Bradsher explains away flood of autos that CNN's Dobbs had predicted.
10/18/2006 1:48 PM ET
Reporters O'Brien, Schneider admit economy's doing well, but tout bad poll numbers to promote Dobbs program.
10/18/2006 9:51 AM ET
Networks harp on federal deficit as a negative while downplaying how it was halved three years ahead of Bush's prediction.
10/11/2006 3:24 PM ET
Network turns from housing fears to suggest YouTube purchase is a new dot-com crash waiting to happen.
10/10/2006 1:59 PM ET
Weekend news reports leave out huge revision to employment numbers.
10/9/2006 1:35 PM ET
Describing a September in which the unemployment rate fell: "For American workers, the job market is starting to look a lot less inviting."
10/6/2006 1:49 PM ET
But reporter Steve Mufson left out that some journalists, like CNN's Jack Cafferty, have given credence to the idea.