11/17/2006 12:45 PM ET
Story backs 1.8-million-member union against 'oil-rich city's business leaders.'
11/16/2006 2:43 PM ET
But reporter left out how voters think the company's practices aren't an issue for politicians to address.
11/15/2006 5:54 PM ET
All three broadcast news shows lament high health care costs; ABC promotes two liberal Democrats who favor increasing taxpayers' burden.
11/3/2006 2:17 PM ET
'Good Morning America' complains about 10-minute grace period, though repeated infractions are necessary to merit reprimand.
11/3/2006 11:14 AM ET
'Now' features worker who makes more than minimum, leaves out facts about economic impact of proposed increases.
10/19/2006 2:39 PM ET
Anchor insists he has a problem with both parties, but his new book and town hall special confirm he favors bigger government to rescue workers "struggling to hold on to the American Dream."
9/20/2006 4:55 PM ET
Network reporters yearn for the days of steady jobs, overlooking hefty pay and benefits demanded by unionized workers.
9/15/2006 3:55 PM ET
Broadcasters portray an industry running out of gas, but other automakers are doing well in United States.
8/30/2006 5:44 PM ET
Not to belabor the point, but journalists rarely mention the hundreds of thousands of available positions in nursing, teaching and manufacturing.
8/30/2006 5:06 PM ET
ABC News leads the charge of bad news for workers, despite low unemployment and industries clamoring for more help.