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Last night, a debate moderator was forced to apologize to former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, after the GOP candidate proved that he, in fact, did know something about New Hampshire, which he now hopes to represent in the Senate.
Some conservative organizations loathe the concept of same-sex marriage so much they are willing to endorse a liberal Democrat in order to prevent a gay Republican from ever taking office. Such is the case with the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the non-profit dedicated to making sure gay people don't marry each other or adopt children.
Sen. Mary Landrieu's Republican opponent in her re-election fight fired back last night at her claim that the South is not the "friendliest place to African-Americans," and can be a hostile environment for women as well.
In a statement, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) tried to play off a joke he made at a private, all-male dinner as totally un-serious and not-racist, that joke being: "If I get to be president, white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency."
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow took the time last night to apologize to her viewers for offending them; not over anything political or factual, but over their decorative sensibilities.
Last night, Stephen Colbert announced that the final date of his show would be December 18th -- a sad piece of news, but another incentive to buy a copy of his book, America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't. (Now in paperback!)
Jon Stewart kicked off The Daily Show's last night in Texas by addressing Democratic hopes that the red state is turning blue, which, well not to give anything away, but probably not.
A North Carolina third-grader wrote letters to both Senate candidates, incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis, telling both of them off for running so many negative ads against each other.
A veteran of the Marines got upset over his daughter's high school assigning homework about the tenets of the Muslim religion and complained to the school. His complaint got him banned from school property.
During a GOP rally for Governor Rick Scott, nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager decided to talk a little about the "war on women" -- specifically saying that “it’s a gargantuan lie to get votes" -- and then went a little further.
Senator Mary Landrieu told NBC's Chuck Todd today that President Obama is having a hard time in her state because the South isn't exactly the friendliest place to African-Americans.
Laura Ingraham joined Bill O'Reilly tonight to address Sharyl Attkisson's claim that CBS prevented her and any other reporters from appearing on Ingraham's radio show.
Bill O'Reilly talked about racial politics with Tavis Smiley tonight and said Republicans don't reach out more to the black community because the truth is they're just "afraid" of them.
A science writer who used to work for The New Yorker is reportedly filing a lawsuit against the producers of the movie American Hustle for, he alleges, grossly misrepresenting an article he wrote about microwaves and food.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews had some thoughts he wanted to share Thursday about remarks Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) made earlier today in which he said Republican Party's brand "sucks" and that the GOP has been doing a "crappy job" reaching out the African-Americans. And he also compared the Republicans to Domino's Pizza.
Senator Ted Cruz was on CNBC this morning and talked about the GOP's electoral chances. One thing Cruz knows for certain? Running another John McCain or Mitt Romney would be a huge mistake for the Republican Party.
After seven weeks on the run, Eric Frein has finally been caught and arrested by Pennsylvania State Police for killing Corporal Byron Dickson and wounding trooper Alex T. Douglass.
Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) has a double-digit lead over his Republican challenger, Rob Astorino, heading into Election Day next Tuesday. But that hasn't stopped the incumbent from keeping the attack ads going strong. This week, the...Show More Summary
The Rachel Maddow Show was the only primetime program that fell below 100K viewers in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night across Fox News, CNN and MSNBC, drawing just 87K during the 9 p.m. hour. Fox's The O'Reilly Factor was #1 in the primetime demo with 488K viewers.
A Halloween display in Minneapolis came under fire from some local residents for resembling a lynching scene.