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ABC Keeps Flacking Obama's Outreach to Evangelicals

Good Morning America hosts follow up the Obama story with interviews of a leftwing minister and a radical priest.

'World News' Shows High Energy Prices Boost U.S. Manufacturing

ABC finds silver-lining in expensive fuel: Higher international shipping costs make domestic labor more competitive.

ABC, CBS Journalists Celebrate Acceptance of All Religions as Path to Salvation

Theologically informed commentators on CBS and NBC, however, point out the down side of a Pew poll's finding that 70% of Americans believe their faith is not the only way to God.

ABC: Evangelicals 'Buzzing' Over Obama

World News Sunday promotes unprecedented campaign to woo millions and highlights importance of the abortion issue in the process.

'Super Size Me' Rebuttal: Man Loses 86 Pounds on All-McDonald's Diet

'Good Morning America' segment features Virginia man who proved fast-food restaurant diets don't only result in weight gain and health problems.

'World News:' Banks 'Deceived' Borrowers into Overextending Themselves

ABC segment accuses lenders of preying on homeowners, giving borrowers a pass on personal responsibility.

Nightline Attacks DOJ Official Emphasizing Character in Fight against Juvenile Delinquency

ABC's Brian Ross follows up a disgruntled employee's accusation of cronyism, waste, fraud, abuse by gratuitously identifying the alleged culprit as 'a former prosecutor and devout born-again ...

Dobbs on ABC: With Bid for Anheuser-Busch, 'America for Sale'

'Good Morning America' slants business buyout story into national security scare.

Media Claim Ed McMahon Victim of 'Subprime Mess'

Journalists link foreclosure to economy instead of from his own admitted blunders.

ABC's Nightline Guest Advocates 'Taking Risks' with Kids' Internet Safety

Reporter Nick Watt does not discuss the harm children can suffer when allowed to surf the Internet without tight parental supervision.
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