4/1/2010 4:16 PM ET
Newspaper finds government spent $1.6 billion fighting 'pandemic' one-third as bad as seasonal flu, ignores media exaggeration of swine flu.
11/18/2009 12:42 PM ET
The ongoing shortage of swine flu vaccine is not laid at the feet of the Obama White House: His name doesn't even appear in a story quoting "federal health officials" about the shortages. But with ...
10/26/2009 8:12 PM ET
Coverage Monday night made no mention of Obama or his administration in identifying a culprit for the flu vaccine shortage, as journalists instead cited "federal officials" and "the government."
5/1/2009 1:58 PM ET
Dr. Timothy Johnson tells viewers virus may not be as 'lethal' as feared; calls out overreacting media.
4/30/2009 1:27 PM ET
Dr. Martin Blaser predicts 'likely scenario' like Spanish flu on 'American Morning,' but ignores calmer predictions.
4/29/2009 2:17 PM ET
National news goes hog wild with influenza stories but barely discusses Bush preparations; need for border security.
4/29/2009 10:54 AM ET
ABC correspondent Jeffrey Kofman attacks pork company farm for environmental impact without directly connecting it to the flu strain.
4/29/2009 12:00 AM ET
Media ignores Homeland Security's lead role responding to virus, maintains Sebelius needed combat it.
4/28/2009 2:37 PM ET
Associated Press story trots out hypothetical circumstances of full-scale pandemic that would claim the lives of about 2 percent of those infected.
4/28/2009 2:09 PM ET
Watch the media also ignore the issue of border security.