2/6/2008 1:38 PM ET
Media using extreme cases as examples of how bad the economy is for 'average Americans.'
2/1/2008 3:50 PM ET
'Street Signs' anchor tells viewers the Labor Department's 'businesses dying estimate' always happens in January.
1/18/2008 11:22 AM ET
'Today' host grills Treasury Secretary to make sure likely tax rebates will benefit only the lower and middle classes - despite the fact that 'rich' fork over most of the nation's revenue.
1/17/2008 10:36 AM ET
While reversing his position on the economy from 'sunny skies' to 'recession,' Cramer says media should 'point out the positives with the negatives.'
11/28/2007 3:48 PM ET
Despite Federal Reserve's expectations of no recession in 2008, journalists can't get enough of the word.
11/7/2007 10:37 AM ET
Co-hosts prod guests about the R-word, select states with bad news.
10/17/2007 10:53 AM ET
Journalists compare current economic times to worst stock market drop in U.S. history.
10/5/2007 9:58 AM ET
Job numbers outdo predictions and revisions change August numbers from negative to positive.
9/5/2007 1:05 PM ET
By predicting job losses, focusing on layoffs and ignoring job revisions the media have cast a pall over the U.S. economy.
5/2/2007 12:25 PM ET
Dow record shows investor confidence, but the media worry over every aspect of the economy.