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Fox News' The Five isn't buying Melissa Harris-Perry's suggestion that "Obamacare" is a racially-motivated, "derogatory" term. The played the clip of the MSNBC host's remarks on Monday afternoon before going around the table to express their outrage.
The online media world, particularly Twitter, has been infatuated with the recent feud between In These Times labor reporter Mike Elk and Daily Beast national security reporter Eli Lake, which has continued to escalate far beyond whatever conflict these two have with each other. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart kicked off Monday night with the latest NSA revelations: the surveillance agency was monitoring World of Warcraft, Second Life, and Xbox Live. Stewart used the occasion to recap some of the biggest NSA stories this year, taking shot after shot at President Obama for not exactly being forthcoming about what the NSA's really...
Former CBS newsman Dan Rather is in rather a unique position to tackle the issues surrounding 60 Minutes following its erroneous Benghazi report, and on Piers Morgan's show Monday night, Rather explained the key difference between his report and Lara Logan's: his story was true.
Bill O'Reilly has managed to find a non-War on Christmas™ story to be outraged about this month: The Denver Post hiring a pot editor. And despite the protestations of Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham, O'Reilly was beyond outraged that such a prominent paper would promote public intoxication.
Newtown residents are asking the media to stay away this Saturday. The day, December 14th, marks the somber one-year anniversary of the despicable mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 26 people, including 20 small children.
On Friday night, CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 pulled in just 58K in the 25-54 demo and 255K total viewers, making it Anderson Cooper's lowest-rated 8pm broadcast of 2013. The show came in 4th place in its time slot behind Fox's The O'Reilly...Show More Summary
George Zimmerman was recently arrested on firearms charges after his girlfriend accused him of pointed a shotgun at her during a domestic dispute. On Monday, Zimmerman’s girlfriend recounted saying that Zimmerman never pointed a firearm at her. She added that she wants “to be with” him.
Flying is always an unpleasant experience (and thanks to the FCC reconsidering cell phone use in the sky, it might get worse), but one woman got pulled aside before she even boarded the plane because of a toy gun. That belonged to a sock puppet. That a TSA agent determined was a security issue.
Bill O'Reilly challenged Karl Rove on Wednesday over the lack of "real central authority in the Republican party right now" and how the GOP's mixed messages on a range of issues like Obamacare and immigration might be good for an ideologically broad tent, but not good for solidifying a strong, cohesive, united message.
Just days after a court allowed the city of Detroit to fail for Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy, the federal government announced that it would finally sell the last of its stock in General Motors. The auto manufactures stock soared on...Show More Summary
Nelson Mandela hadn't been gone for more than a few hours when former presidential candidate Rick Santorum began using his death to compare the Affordable Care Act to the horrors of apartheid of Fox News. Now, WND contributor Jack Cashill has gone leaps and bounds further by comparing George Zimmerman to Mandela.
Christmas is only 16 days away, meaning we just have two short weeks and change to once and for all put an end to the War on Christmas™. Bill O'Reilly's been at the forefront of this battle, and the group American Atheists is fighting back, charging that O'Reilly's just obsessed and has a persecution complex.
The town of Newtown, Connecticut, will be marking the first year since the December 14, 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary on Saturday. The city has requested that media outlets mark the anniversary in their own way, but the municipal government specifically requested that the press stay away from the city on the first anniversary of the attack.
An eye-opening information graphic from The Economist helps Americans visualize just how polarized the United States Senate has become in just the last two decades. The Economist shows in one graphic how often the Senators of both parties crossed the aisle to work with each other on vital initiatives. Today, that kind of aisle crossing is virtually nonexistent.
For the last few weeks, the media has been having a quiet debate about whether or not to take a stand against using official White House photos in protest against being shut out of many White House events. On Monday, MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd took things a step further...
After pressure from Reverend Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders, a number of New York City stores are adopting a "Customers' Bill of Rights," in response to a case of alleged racial profiling.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh took on the phenomenon within progressive circles which chides America for a culture that tacitly condones objectification and even rape of women. Citing a report in a scientific journal that determined...Show More Summary
As the country approaches the one year anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, various memorials are being planned to remember the 20 children and six adults who lost their lives that day. Meanwhile, Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) is promoting a Family Firearm Safety Event for Saturday, December 14th.
The ongoing antisocial practice known as the “knockout game,” in which groups egg on an individual to attack a random pedestrian unprovoked, has recently become a focus of many cable news opinion segments and investigations. Most assault victims are too disoriented after being attacked to identify their assailant, let alone to fight back. Show More Summary