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Bergdahl was released on May 31 in a prisoner exchange for five Taliban fighters. President Obama has faced angry criticism from Congress since the exchange became public. Friday morning, Bergdahl finally arrived back on U.S. soil.
The former secretary of state’s highly anticipated memoir, “Hard Choices,” hit shelves this week, and many super fans came out greet her on the book tour. MSNBC also hosted a book club, discussing comments from readers.
The deadly incident at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon marks the fifth shooting rampage in public areas during the last month alone.
Abramson served as the first female executive editor in the newspaper’s history. But, the company fired her last month after less than three years in charge.
According to the group, these inmates contend with black mold in showers, undrinkable water, and sewage overflowing into their cells.
Who said the tea party ever went away? This race has proven to be the biggest upset this midterm season, at least so far.
The long-time senator had much better luck than Eric Cantor.
Could this blockbuster ruling signal an end to teacher tenure? Weigh in now.
Republican candidate Scott Esk endorsed stoning gay people to death via a comment thread on Facebook.
Well done, Mr. President. Happy Birthday!