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Secretary of State John Kerry Caught on Fox News Hot Mic Talking Israel Ground Invasion

If you’re the U.S. Secretary of State appearing on all five Sunday shows in the middle of two international crises, you’re probably receiving plenty of phone calls between interviews. This morning, one of those calls Secretary John Kerry...Show More Summary

The Sunday Ticker: Al, Jose, Maria Elena

The Weather Channel’s “Wake up with Al” celebrates its 5th birthday today. Last week, hosts Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams took a look back at the biggest storms, biggest guests and best remotes since the show launched July 20, 2009. MSNBC...Show More Summary

Watch 1964 CBS News Civil Rights Special

As part of the ramp up to this week’s special, “CBS News: 50 Years Later, Civil Rights,” the network has posted the 1964 broadcast “The Search in Mississippi” on CBSNews.com. Anchored by Walter Cronkite, the report followed the disappearance of three civil rights workers. Show More Summary

Hardcore Pawn Stars on Why People Like to Watch Pawn Shows

Remember that time pawn shops were dark, dirty and cramped storefronts where you’d go to get twenty bucks rent money for the $300 stereo your parents gave you for Christmas? Now that pawn shops are featured on reality TV, the former dens of iniquity are revealing a softer. Show More Summary

Cable News Stars Wheel and Deal

Some real estate wheeling and dealing among cable news talent, as Mika Brzezinski recently put down roots in DC and Sam Champion continues to try and exit New York for good. The Washington Post reports Brzezinski recently bought a Georgetown two-bedroom, two bathroom condo for close to $1 million. Show More Summary

Billionaires Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman Bury the Hatchet

Pershing Square Capital CEO Bill Ackman and fellow billionaire investor Carl Icahn hugged it out this week at CNBC’s Delivering Alpha conference in New York, settling a feud that goes back 10 years, and which came to a boil on CNBC last...Show More Summary

Hardcore Pawn Stars on Why Pawn Shop Shows are so Popular

Remember when pawn shops were dark, dirty and cramped storefronts where you’d go to get twenty bucks rent money for the $300 stereo your parents gave you for Christmas? Now that pawn shops are featured on reality TV, the former dens of iniquity are revealing a softer. Show More Summary

CNN Reporter Pulled from Reporting in Israel after ‘Scum’ Tweet

As NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin returns to reporting from Gaza this weekend, a CNN reporter has been pulled from the region, in part for sending a tweet which referred to a group of Israelis as “scum.” Diana Magnay was reporting live on CNN...Show More Summary

Ayman Mohyeldin To Return to Gaza for NBC

Following public pressure, including a petition signed by more than 15,000 people, NBC News correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin will rerun to Gaza to continue reporting on the conflict there. Thanks for all the support. Im returning to #Gaza to report. Show More Summary

Fox News Most-Watched During Coverage of Downed Malaysia Airlines Flight

FNC was the most-watched cable news channel in both Total Day and Primetime for yesterday’s breaking news stories of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and Israel’s ground war into Gaza. In primetime, FNC averaged 3.08 million total viewers and 570,000 in the A25-54 demo. Show More Summary

FOX News Most-Watched for Yesterday's Breaking News

FOX News was the most-watched cable news channel in both Total Day and Primetime

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