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It would be an amazing scoop. "Well placed sources" in the Israeli government confess that after many nights of "deliberation" Israel had actually prepared to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities last year. That plan only thwarted when President Obama himself threatened to shoot down the Israeli planes if they proceeded with the plan. Wow.
Byron Allen is quickly becoming someone Al Sharpton should be very concerned with. As we already know and continue to hear on a daily basis, the Rev gets a daily dose of criticism on some level. The lyrics change a bit but usually go something like this:
I do realize that self-aggrandizing posts about traffic success can become tedious. Do you, our cherished Mediaite reader, really care how many people visited the site last month? I am guessing not. Particularly since I wrote a similar story last month after we celebrated an all time high in January.
A Massachusetts teenager is facing involuntary manslaughter charges after police say she encouraged her friend to commit suicide.
Nina Pham, one of two nurses who contracted ebola while caring for patient Thomas Eric Duncan last fall, will file suit against Texas Health Resources, her hospital's parent company.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), a Jewish-American, told CNN's Dana Bash on Sunday morning that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an "arrogant statement" when he said he speaks for all Jews in anticipation of his address to a joint session of Congress this upcoming week.
CNN host Dana Bash grilled Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) over funding the Department of Homeland Security and whether the conservative wing of the Republican Party is too focused on principle over governance.
CNN has apologized after it erroneously displayed a photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin while reporting on "Jihadi John," the ISIS executioner who appears in the terrorist group's videos.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) admitted on Face the Nation Sunday morning he had no idea what the conservative caucus of the House GOP was thinking when it squelched a vote to fund the Department of Homeland Security for another three weeks.
Byron Allen, the CEO of Entertainment Studios, continued his attacks on Al Sharpton in light of a discrimination lawsuit Allen and other African-American media owners filed against Comcast and Time Warner Cable. The suit alleges that...Show More Summary
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) told Face the Nation Sunday morning that he overall enjoyed his thankless job, but that Friday was a "messy" exception.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd asked House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) Sunday morning whether the House GOP could have been a little savvier in crafting its funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security and avoided the "humiliating defeat" it suffered Friday night.
A word heard often in the world of media and especially cable news is agenda. Newsbusters makes a living out of pointing out daily examples of a liberal agenda at MSNBC and (to a lesser extent) CNN. Media Matters serves up the same meal...Show More Summary
Representative Peter King (R-NY), arguably the loudest opponent of the House GOP's conservative caucus, called them "self-righteous and delusional" on This Week Sunday morning, and told House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to stand up to them by passing a "clean" DHS bill, free of riders defunding President Barack Obama's immigration orders.
On Fox News Sunday, Washington Post conservative columnist Kathleen Parker diagnosed a pathological case of "amateur hourness" in the House GOP.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace took House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) to task Sunday morning for what he called the House GOP's "humiliating defeat" over Department of Homeland Security funding.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace submitted newly-minted 2016 GOP frontrunner Scott Walker to thirteen minutes of sustained questioning about his record and his (mis)statements Sunday morning, the most notable moment of which came when Walker conceded...
You can't claim to hate and love despotism at the same time.
The cultural phenomenon that is "The Notorious R.B.G." (a.k.a Ruth Bader Ginsburg) made her way to SNL during the "Weekend Update," with Kate McKinnon doing a hilariously crass impersonation of the eldest Supreme Court justice.
Perhaps nodding to what has been considered a "disastrous" Fifty Shades of Grey press tour, SNL tonight featured Kyle Mooney as a dweeby high schooler given the opportunity to do Q&A with Dakota Johnson.