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Tapper Zaps Whiny Libs on Twitter: 'Can't Help It If Entire Democratic Field Is White'

Jake Tapper had a less than perfect outing Sunday on his "State of the Union" show, as he characterized Hillary Clinton's past voting and public positions. As Tim Graham at NewsBusters reported, he called her record "fairly moderate," and then had to backtrack. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Daytona 2015: Live Results, Standings for Coke Zero 400

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will lead the field to green at Sunday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, and Bleacher Report will bring you all the live action. Junior will be looking to make a second trip to Victory Lane this...Show More Summary

Uber Shuts Down Ridesharing in France After Protests From Taxi Drivers

Several days after sometimes-volatile protests by taxi drivers who say Uber's service is not competing on a level playing field, the Los Angeles Times reports that Uber suspended the use of its ridesharing app in France on Friday. The...Show More Summary

Obama administration blocking any Redskins move to D.C. over name, per report

The Washington Redskins are considering a move from their current home of FedEx Field in Maryland. But the Obama administration will not make it an easy process to return to the District of Columbia. FedEx Field is only 18 years old....Show More Summary

Essentially Friday Morning News Dump

Sorry Chuck Todd, But Reporters Are Not The Referees Of Politics A Field Guide To Acela Republicans 11,000 Australian Dental Patients May Have Been Exposed To HIV And Hepatitis Sanders Gaining On Clinton Hillary Begins Oppo Research On Bernie...

Assad goes on spinning as Syria burns

BY ABIGAIL FIELDING This is the second in a series of reports adapted from the Legatum Institute’s “Beyond Propaganda” program. On May 9, 2015, the Syrian Arab News Agency website carried the following headlines on its home page: “Homs Clock ticks again, declaring the return of life to the Old City”; “Army foils terrorist attack […]

What’s in the Box | Field Reports

As libraries work to maintain and increase their relevance, heightening awareness among nonusers is a ­necessity for survival and prosperity. To bring new users through its doors, Barr Memorial Library, an award-winning library serving the military community in Fort Knox, KY, leveraged the power of curiosity, posing the question, “What’s in the LibraryBox?”

FBI Command Centers Established Due To ISIS Fourth Of July Terrorism Concerns

FBI command centers have been created across the country in response to possible ISIS terrorism attacks on the Fourth of July. Federal agents in all 56 field officers are reportedly on heightened alert at the July 4 holiday weekend nears. Show More Summary

Governor Christie announces 2016 Republican presidential bid

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LIVINGSTON, N.J. (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told donors and friends on Tuesday he intends to run for the Republican presidential nomination, The Washington Post reported, joining a large field of candidates seeking to win the White House next year.

Women's World Cup: Updated Rankings

The field at the 2015 Women's World Cup has been trimmed down to the final four. Which country is the top-ranked squad? Bleacher Report's Michael Cummings joins Ryan Bailey to update his rankings for the Women's World Cup. Read more World Football news on

Angels dealing with tension behind the scenes, report says

All seemed well with the Angels on Monday night. Mike Trout did his usual Mike Trout things, smacking a solo home run in the third inning and making three superb catches in center field to highlight a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees in Angel Stadium.

Women's World Cup: Best XI of Quarter-Finals

The Women's World Cup field has been narrowed to just four after an exciting quarterfinals round. Who were the best individual players of the most recent round of games? Bleacher Report's Michael Cummings joins Ryan Bailey to name his best XI from the quarterfinal games in the 2015 Women's World Cup. Read more World Football news on

Print-My-Ride: The World Is Going Towards 3D Printing Like Never Before

The world of 3D printing is growing at such a pace, I just can't stop blabbing about it. It seems like almost each day there is a report about a new and exciting application in this game-changing field. The amount of progress and change these creations will bring into our lives [...]

Australian Army Fielding F90 (EF88) For Trials

The Australian Army’s program to produce a successor to the F88 “Austeyr” is on the verge of bearing fruit. reports that the F90, formerly designated “EF88? is now being issued for trials, in preparation for final modifications and production. Show More Summary

On the Move, 6/26/15

Angela Hong joins WSOC in Charlotte as a general assignment reporter. Hong comes from KOKI in Tulsa. Investigative reporter Field Sutton makes the jump from KYTX in Tyler, Texas to WFTV in Orlando,Fla. Hong is represented by Mort Meisner Associates. To report a move, send an email to with the subject line \"On the Move.\"

Canon 35mm f/1.4L II Rumored to Be ‘Done’; Waiting on Production

The Canon 35mm f/1.4L expected to be replaced in the near future, and after previous reports claimed the Mark II was being tested in the field by a select group of photographers, we’re now hearing that the lens is ‘done’. A release date is unknown at the moment and is said to be dependent on [...]Show More Summary

Google launches lab for new breed of reporters

Tech giant Google has unveiled an online laboratory to further advance the field of journalism in an age where the internet reigns supreme, according to a report from The Times.

AP sources: NJ Gov. Christie prepares to join 2016 field

During his "Ask the Governor" radio show Thursday evening, Christie insisted the reports were premature, saying: "There's been absolutely no final decision made by me." The Republican leader of a Democratic stronghold has been laying...Show More Summary

Women's World Cup: Updated Rankings Before the Quarter-Finals

The field at the Women's World Cup has been trimmed down to just eight. Which countries should be considered the five best remaining in the tournament? Bleacher Report's Michael Cummings joins Ryan Bailey to update his rankings and predict some quarterfinal results in the Women's World Cup. Read more World Football news on

RNC distributes confusing fake primary ballot

Rachel Maddow reports on the latest developments in the ever-expanding field of Republican presidential candidates and highlights a peculiar mailer...

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