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Rev. Sharpton talked to the mother of a slain Chicago teen: yet another mother, yet another teen

02/19/13 08:27PM

On Friday afternoon, 15-year-old Destini Warren felt like one of the luckiest girls in Chicago. She got to see President Obama in person, attending a speech he gave on fairness, equality, and the gun violence plaguing her hometown of Chicago. Hours later, her 18-year-old sister Janay McFarlane was, like so many Chicago teens, in the wrong place... read more

Magda Castaneda, who opposes the Tea Party, yells during a Tea Party rally at the Daley Plaza Thursday, April 15, 2010, in Chicago. (Photo by Paul Beaty/AP)

On 4th birthday, tea party won't back down

02/19/13 05:33PM

Four years ago, CNBC's Rick Santelli went into an angry tirade on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade in which he called for a tea party resurgence. "We're thinking of having a Chicago tea party in July," he said. "All you capitalists that want to show up to Lake Michigan, I'm going to start organizing."... read more

Former Sen. Scott Brown (Photo by AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Brown keeping options open for gubernatorial run

02/19/13 08:57AM

Scott Brown may have just joined Fox News as a contributor, but that's not stopping him from considering a run for Governor of Massachusetts in 2014, which he candidly told a local Boston reporter who said she's confident he'll run again,"If I were a betting woman, I would bet that he is going to run for something again." read more

US President Barack Obama waves before delivering his annual State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the US Capitol on February 12, 2013, in Washington.    (Photo by AUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

What will define Obama's legacy?

02/18/13 10:20PM

"Barack Obama loves presidential history," says White House historian Douglas Brinkley, who has attended meals with the president and talked history with him before. He describes Obama as an avid reader of presidential biographies, and someone who's studied the mistakes and advantages other president's of had.... read more

Are faces of tragedy changing gun debate?

Are faces of tragedy changing gun debate?

02/18/13 07:00PM

18-year-old Janay McFarlane, whose younger sister attended President Obama’s speech on gun violence in Chicago, was shot and killed while walking to the store. Will the stories behind gun deaths change the debate in Washington? Clarence Page joins Rev.... watch

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