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How 25 Years of Gay Activism in Hollywood Has Paid Off

This season, a record number of broadcast television series are featuring sympathetic homosexual characters.

Media Exaggerate Dow Losses as 'Decades Worth of Gains'

Market closes below 10,000 for first time since October 2004, but journalists report lowest since April 1999.

Media Omission: Lehman CEO Contributed Heavily to Democrats

Richard Fuld gave to Democrats over Republicans nearly 5-to-1.

'Nightly News' Praises Mayor Who Put 'City on a Diet'

NBC segment endorses Oklahoma City plan to spend tax money on physical fitness.

O'Donnell Calls Senate Bailout Bill a Decorated 'Christmas Tree'

MSNBC chief Washington correspondent questions funding for alternative energy projects in rescue legislation.

Journalists 'Parsing' Economic Words? Not This 'Crisis'

A few in the media act responsibly to set a steady tone, but too many choose Great Depression theme.

McCain Adviser: Treasury Doesn't Need Congress for Bailout

Holtz-Eakin claims law already allows for $700 billion bailout without congressional authority; CNBC's Burnett disputes claim.

Bartiromo Says Bailout 'Not About Wall Street Firm'

CNBC host suggest Treasury secretary explain how bailout would help average Americans.

Networks Bend Knee to Religulous, Ignore Fireproof

ABC, NBC and CBS feature Bill Maher's mock documentary while skipping a faith-affirming hit movie.

Lauer Asks if Foreclosure Buyers Tempting 'Bad Karma'

'Today' host uses advice segment to question whether homebuyers are tempting fate with 'misfortune' of others.
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