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Filed Under:Politics / US Politics
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Archived Since:July 25, 2011

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Pizza Injury Sidelines Redskins Corner

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall claims to have had a pizza-related mishap that ended up injuring his Achilles' tendon. Hall reported that he slipped and fell while getting pizza in his kitchen tearing his Achilles' tendon for the second time this year. Show More Summary

The 3 Games That Really Matter in College Football This Weekend

Florida State's comeback over Louisville loudly announced the arrival of Week 10 of the college football season. Several additional games with playoff implications--Auburn-Ole Miss foremost among them--highlight Week 10. Let's assess the matchups. Show More Summary

Jindal Demands Apology From Landrieu for Suggesting Louisiana Racist, Sexist

Friday on Fox News Channel's "Your World With Neil Cavuto," Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) demanded an aplogy from Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) for saying that Obama was unpopular in Louisiana because "the South has not always been the friendliest place for African-Americans" or woman. Show More Summary

Perdue: Secure Border, Reduce Overall Immigration

David Perdue, Republican candidate for the US Senate in Georgia, argued against the “Gang of Eight” Senate bill and urged increased border security in an interview on Friday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” Perdue argued that his opponent, Democrat...Show More Summary

West Hollywood Halloween Carnival Raises the Undead

In a city already known for its flamboyancy, Friday night West Hollywood will be adding another proverbial nose ring with their annual Hollywood Halloween Carnival. Restaurants and popular bars plan on being inundated with goblins, pirates, and sexy nurses dressed in Ebola Hazmat attire. Show More Summary

Abbott Takes Photo with Stranger; Davis & Media Create News Out of Nothing

AUSTIN, Texas -- This is a story about a candidate taking a photo with a stranger. On October 16, 2014, Texas Attorney General and Republican nominee for Governor Greg Abbott went to a campaign event in Brownsville that was open to the public. Show More Summary

Jake Tapper: GOP Predicting Big Midterm Wins Is Not Overconfidence

Friday on NewMax TV's "MidPoint," CNN's Jake Tapper said Republicans who are predicting big wins in the upcoming midterm elections are not overconfident according to the numbers and reporting he is getting in. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

Ivanpah Solar Plant Underproducing -- Badly

The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert, lauded by U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz at its opening last February, is having problems matching the initial boasts of how much electricity it would produce. Given...Show More Summary

Morris: I Left When Hillary Hired Secret Police to Go After Woman Victimized by Bill

Friday on OraTV's "Politicking," former advisor to President Bill Clinton, Dick Morris said it was then-first lady Hillary Clinton's "Nixonian" attempt to attack the woman Bill Clinton victimized and sexually harassed by hiring detectives to dig for dirt in their lives Hillary could use against them to smear their character. Show More Summary

CNN Criticizes Rangel Over GOP Belief 'Slavery Isn't Over' Comments

Friday on CNN's "This Hour With Berman and Michaela," a panel discussing Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) comments at a rally for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo hammered the "idiot," congressman. Rangel said Thursday night, “Everything weShow More Summary

America's Favorite Ebola Nurse Wins In Court

A Maine judge has ruled that the temporary court order, imposed yesterday on America's favorite Ebola nurse, Kaci Hickox, is not binding, even though the order had been made in consideration of the fact that her roommate in West Africa...Show More Summary

Democrats Send 'Creepy Mailer' Before Halloween: We'll Know if You Didn't Vote!

Both the New York State and Connecticut Democratic Committees are threatening people into voting on Tuesday by sending bullying letters that claim they can easily determine which potential voters failed to cast ballots. The New York Post confirms tweets sent out by New York voters with photos of the threatening letters. Show More Summary

Government 'Genocide' Leads to 80% Heroin Addiction for Myanmar Youth

Asia's drug problem is ravaging communities at an alarming rate, but in the nation of Myanmar, the drug addiction epidemic has become so pervasive that shopkeepers give customers syringes as change when they do not have currency. InShow More Summary

Jane Fonda Guest Stars in 'Simpsons' Episode About Fracking

Jane Fonda will play a liberal congresswoman who has a love affair with Mr. Burns in an upcoming episode of The Simpsons titled "Opposites A-Frack." According to ET, Mr. Burns has to go to court for fracking and ends up falling in love with the woman who prosecutes him during the hearing. Show More Summary

Website: 'Safety is Virgin Galactic's North Star'

Virgin Galactic, the commercial space tourism venture set to launch next year under the supervision of British investor and adventurer Richard Branson, suffered a fatal crash in California's Mojave Desert today as it was testing a new rocket engine called Space Ship Two. Show More Summary

Chelsea Handler Cries Sexism After Instagram Deletes Topless Pic: 'Are We in 1825?'

Chelsea Handler is not very happy with Instagram right now. On Thursday, the 39-year-old comedienne reportedly posted a topless image of herself alongside Vladimir Putin, both straddling horses, to the social media site. It was deleted immediately. Show More Summary

Nunn Heckled At Campaign Stop

Georgia Democratic Senate nominee Michelle Nunn is keeping her campaign stops discreet to avoid scrutiny, but the strategy did not help her when she was heckled during an appearance at an eatery known as Pearlys in Albany Wednesday morning, The Albany Herald reported. Show More Summary

Purdue Rallies Supporters In Hopes To Avoid A Runoff

WAYCROSS, Georgia----“Y’all. We are not going into a runoff. We are not going into a runoff. We are not going into a runoff. We are not going into a runoff. Did I say we’re not going into a runoff? We are not going into a runoff,” pledged David Perdue, Georgia’s Republican nominee for U.S. Show More Summary

GSP's Truth Is Out There: UFC Great Talks UFO Sighting

Georges St. Pierre may not have seen the big overhand right of Matt Serra. But he claims to have caught a good glimpse of another flying object. "I never talk about aliens," the former UFC welterweight champion confessed to Chael Sonnen in a podcast. Show More Summary

Suggested snack for Halloween: a bowl of creepypasta

The term "creepypasta" is fairly elastic, covering a lot of Internet short fiction and manufactured urban legends - a notable example being the "Slender Man," which began as a set of clever Photoshops inserting a tall, disturbing humanoid...Show More Summary

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