CBS Cites Left-Wing CSPI to Wage Assault on Salt

'Salt trumps fat' in 'Evening News' coverage on the eve of FDA hearings to decide whether salt should be regulated as a food additive.

"Severe Cutbacks in Funding" During Reagan Years to Blame for Product-Related Deaths?

A bias toward bureaucracy in Eric Lipton's front-page story: "...the Bush-appointed commissioners voiced few objections as the already tiny agency - now just 420 workers - was pared almost to the ...

Media Bash Mattel for Chinese Production but Ignore Consumer Benefits

Cost of manufacturing goods in the United States would affect prices and availability of many products.

GMA Promotes ATV Regulation

'Safety Alert' excludes proponents of personal responsibility

CBS Pushes for More FDA Regulation

Two reports advocate expanded power and budget for both food and drug side of organization.

CNN's Attack of the 'Killer Stoves'

'American Morning' reporter tries to light a fire for more regulation.

Networks Downplay Own Role in Panic over Faulty Car Seat Study

Consumer Reports retracts study, only after media hype of original claims.

Small Cars: From Nice to Naughty List?

CBS warns of dangers, but in June, reporter Blackstone complained a 'bigger is better' attitude was hurting small car sales.

CNN Hypes Backover Danger of SUVs

'American Morning' features advocate for more regulation, rear-view cameras, even though study finds they have their limits.

'Today' Show Hypes Bus Injury Study, Giving Support to More Regulation

But reporter Tom Costello left out how studies show seat belts do more harm than good.
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