Former MSNBC host Martin Bashir (Getty Images) TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week about MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigning from the network over the far-and-wide uproar he caused by vile comments he made about former Alaska Gov.
Zeke Emanuel (Image source: Fox News via YouTube) It sounded like a new twist on an old promise as Obamacare architect Zeke Emanuel was pushed to answer what Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace insisted was a simple question: “President Obama famously promised, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.
As part of her book-signing tour for “Good Tidings and Great Joy,” former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin stopped to visit the “Duck Commander gang” in West Monroe, La.: “Keep making America happy happy happy, Duck Dynasty!
The Obama administration reportedly wants new trade standards that would grant radical new political powers to corporations, up the cost of prescription medications, and restrict bank regulation — and apparently with hardly any international support — The Huffington Post reported, noting two internal memos it said it obtained.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry, no stranger to controversial statements, took her viewers on a bit of a ride during her Sunday program, giving them what sounded an awful lot like a history lesson on a well-known racial epithet.
Just before the record-breaking boot. (Image source: CBS Sports via YouTube) Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski DENVER (AP) — Denver kicker Matt Prater kicked an NFL-record 64-yard field goal as the first half expired in the Broncos’ game against Tennessee on Sunday.
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has acknowledged the purge of leader Kim Jong Un’s powerful uncle for “anti-state” acts and “double dealing.” The lengthy dispatch Monday from state media says Jang Song Thaek — considered the second-most powerful official in the nation, the AP noted — formed a faction in the ruling party “by creating an illusion about him” and distorting and weakening party goals.
(Daily Caller) The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is sending out letters telling gun owners to turn over their rifles and shotguns — or else face the consequences.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, commenting on the late Nelson Mandela’s impact and comparing his work to Martin Luther King, Jr.
The New Jersey waitress accused of lying about a bigot customers denying her a tip and leaving her an anti-gay note instead has been fired from her job, Gothamist reported.
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians rallied Sunday in Kiev, denouncing President Viktor Yanukovych’s decision to turn away from Europe and move toward Russia.
Story by the Associated Press; Curated by Oliver Darcy. – MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin’s ultra-liberal capital city is a place where just about anything goes, from street parties to naked bike rides.
The Philadelphia Eagles continued to play the Detroit Lions Sunday, despite a winter storm dropping inches of snow onto Lincoln Financial Field.
Media critic Howard Kurtz said Sunday Chris Matthews looked more like he was playing “whiffle ball” with President Barack Obama than “Hard Ball” in his interview this week.
A South Carolina Sheriff is defying President Barack Obama’s order to lower flags to half-staff as a tribute to South African leader Nelson Mandela.
Police in Wisconsin are seeking answers after a family’s four puppies were brutally killed Saturday afternoon.
A video uploaded Friday shows a cancer-stricken 12-year-old boy recording a beautiful rendition of Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.” Justin Townsend, who is battling a rare form of brain cancer, recorded the song last month at St.
A Chicago bar has apologized after they employed a controversial sign to draw customers in on the 72nd anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack.
ATLANTA (AP) — A deal for hundreds of millions of dollars in public money to draw the Atlanta Braves north of their downtown home is pitting conservative tea party activists against the elected and civic leaders in the staunch Republican county, with opponents saying the use of public money to help a private business is not what American capitalism should be about.
The Indiana State Police paid $373,995 for a device that could allow authorities to capture cell phone data from unsuspecting individuals, according to a newly released document obtained by the Indiana Star.