10/7/2008 12:15 PM ET
Market closes below 10,000 for first time since October 2004, but journalists report lowest since April 1999.
10/7/2008 10:03 AM ET
Richard Fuld gave to Democrats over Republicans nearly 5-to-1.
10/3/2008 10:02 AM ET
NBC segment endorses Oklahoma City plan to spend tax money on physical fitness.
10/1/2008 5:23 PM ET
MSNBC chief Washington correspondent questions funding for alternative energy projects in rescue legislation.
10/1/2008 11:34 AM ET
A few in the media act responsibly to set a steady tone, but too many choose Great Depression theme.
9/30/2008 4:45 PM ET
Holtz-Eakin claims law already allows for $700 billion bailout without congressional authority; CNBC's Burnett disputes claim.
9/30/2008 10:46 AM ET
CNBC host suggest Treasury secretary explain how bailout would help average Americans.
9/30/2008 1:00 AM ET
ABC, NBC and CBS feature Bill Maher's mock documentary while skipping a faith-affirming hit movie.
9/26/2008 1:59 PM ET
'Today' host uses advice segment to question whether homebuyers are tempting fate with 'misfortune' of others.
9/25/2008 11:50 AM ET
Former 'Nightly News' anchor asks about Great Depression worries; Microsoft's technology titan remains positive about the U.S economy.