Networks 'Cherry-Pick' Data to Blame Slowdown on Housing Woes

But on CNBC some experts say housing 'crisis' is overstated and blame the media for hyping it.

'World News' Predicts $7-a-Gallon Gasoline

ABC evening show predicts extreme price increase, but curiously explains the actual cause of high gasoline prices and provides some context.

ABC's Ross Blames U.S. Gun Industry for Mexican Drug Violence

'World News' goes undercover in gun stores on U.S. side of the Mexican border to bash Second Amendment.

'World News' Reports Only Opposition to Airline Merger

ABC excludes several key senators' support for Delta/Northwest merger in report about government hurdles.

'World News' Portrays Financially Overstretched Family as Underdogs

Staten Island couple earning less than $30,000 a year defaulted on $335,000 mortgage, but depicted as prey of 'predatory lenders.'

'World News' Sounds Stagflation Alarm

'70s Term has become the new buzz word for dismal economic stories.

'World News' Spreads 'Main Street' Fear with Worst-Case Investing Scenario

Report emphasizes potential losses from investing at the market peak last October.

'Revolutionary' Stem Cell Research Breakthrough Gets Skeptical Treatment from ABC

Holy Grail story gets buried half-way through the newscast.

Media Worry About Another Black Monday

Journalists compare current economic times to worst stock market drop in U.S. history.

Was Blind, but Now She Sees – Thanks to a U.S. Soldier

ABC World News profiles an Army sergeant who took responsibility to help a suffering Iraqi girl.
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