After watching the primaries this year it's obvious that all of the news agencies are biased. Fox News is just as bad. I have less faith in Fox News than I do in CNN. They are truly horrible. Without a doubt, they pushed other candidates aside to so that they would not have a chance. Ron Paul raised more money than any other Republican candidate directly from the people. At every turn he didn't get the coverage that he deserved.
Here's an interesting video on Fox News:
Outfoxed: Rupert Murchoch's War on Journalism
Update 1: Just so you know I don't really care for any of the news networks. This article by Chez should give you an idea of just how bad it is at CNN. I used to watch a lot of CNBC, but the housing crisis and current economic woes illustrates just how clueless they are. I find myself watching MythBusters and How it's Made on the Discovery channel more and more.
Update 2: Here's another example of why I don't watch CNBC, Larry Kudlow. He's one of those that has been talking up the economy. He's been calling it Goldilocks for more than 1.5 years now. During this time he's give Roubini and others that have been talking about how bad it was getting and is now the short end of the stick.
Kudlow is a real cheerleader for less gov't regulation and intervention. To a certain point I think less is more. The gov't economists really don't know how to model the economy. (It would be nice to have a scoreboard to see how badly they've done.) Almost all of the regulation seems to have come after major problems like Great Depression, Savings/Loan, Long Term Capital Managment, Dot.Com Bubble and now Subprime.
The Subprime problem has essentially fixed itself. The banks are scared, people now know not to buy a home they can't afford. (Keep on charging the card though.) The only reason to enact legislation now is to clean up some of the bad mortgage and loan procedures. It will also provide a reminder for later generations 40 years from now when they start doing stupid stuff again.