Reporter Miles OBrien presented viewers with a one-sided story that only a Kyoto supporter could love


Journalists are dismissing the idea of personal Social Security accounts by twisting the facts about a private pension plan in Texas.


If youre eating the Girl Scouts Thin Mints, beware: the food police watching.


By giving one economist its recent cover story, TIME failed to look critically at demands for more government spending abroad and the reality of how much the U.S. already gives in foreign aid.


ABCs World News Tonight offered up a painfully one-sided view of U.S. trade in its March 11 broadcast.


Reporters rely on fuzzy math to misrepresent massive R&D spending in the pharmaceutical industry.


CBS sets its sights on Grand Theft Auto for a broadcast beatdown that promoted another multi-million-dollar lawsuit.


Broadcasters are pointing to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll as evidence that Bush has no support for changing Social Security.


The Eye On America segment took a look at teens hooked on tanning and, instead, spied a doctor campaigning against the whole idea of tanning.


CBS Evening News tried to shine some light on the tanning industry last night, but ended up simply showing their anti-business bias.


Despite the Washington Posts skewed reporting on climate change, it let slip a major point: that the treaty is feel-good legislation designed to tax the industrialized world to fund development in the third world.


Now that the French are rethinking the cap, will Couric admit the plan was a total failure?