7/3/2008 11:19 AM ET
'World News' acknowledges the private sector will react to high costs of traditional fuel with investment in alternatives
7/2/2008 3:10 PM ET
Pelosi's July 4, 2007, pledge unfulfilled one year later while media still promote freedom from foreign power.
7/2/2008 10:57 AM ET
Network's chief foreign correspondent warns Middle East turmoil could more than double petroleum price.
6/27/2008 8:51 AM ET
CBS reporter finds favorable aspects of expensive fuel: less traffic congestion and a happy global warming activist.
6/26/2008 2:37 PM ET
Liberal NY Times columnist blasts McCain's drilling proposal on MSNBC's 'Countdown' and calls wind a better alternative than nuclear.
6/26/2008 8:03 AM ET
'Nightly News' portrays climate change as a threat to national security based on 'low- to medium-confidence' report findings.
6/25/2008 4:09 PM ET
'The Early Show' blames speculators for high prices again, and suggests countries like Venezuela 'doing a much better job.'
6/25/2008 2:21 PM ET
Journalists ignore public support for offshore oil drilling and mislead with criticisms of dormant oil fields.
6/25/2008 12:15 PM ET
Thomas Friedman on Bush: "It is hard for me to find the words to express what a massive, fraudulent, pathetic excuse for an energy policy this is."
6/23/2008 3:41 PM ET
'Street Signs' host Burnett and 'Mad Money' host Cramer note corn lobby influence on Obama could keep gas prices high.