11/10/2008 2:00 AM ET
Talk about false moral equivalence.
11/7/2008 11:15 AM ET
'Evening News' follows other national media to Elkhart, Ind., where restaurateur is threatened by slowdown.
11/4/2008 6:30 PM ET
When they need tax information, America's top news sources often turn left.
11/4/2008 2:15 PM ET
'Big three' cover campaign horse race, surveys nearly eight times more than policy proposals.
10/31/2008 4:11 PM ET
Evening News report says his promises don't add up.
10/30/2008 2:46 PM ET
'Early Show' guest informs host that priced dropped last three weeks.
10/30/2008 12:25 PM ET
'Today' medical editor defends pharmaceuticals against activists who 'hijacked' debate, warns against polio and measles outbreaks.
10/30/2008 9:37 AM ET
'Evening News' highlights group tossing couches on Fannie Mae's lawn demanding a homeowner bailout.
10/29/2008 1:00 AM ET
ABC, NBC and CBS news shows ran 69 stories about the GOP vice-presidential nominee in two weeks. Only 2 stories were positive.
10/28/2008 11:27 AM ET
Sanford Weill predicts 'biggest drop' in GDP; CBS Host doesn't mention ties to private equity fund.