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Murdoch leans on Christie over Obama comments

Murdoch leans on Christie over Obama comments

11/20/12 07:00PM

When Gov. Chris Christie publically praised President Obama’s response to Hurricane Sandy, Rupert Murdoch said if Christie didn’t re-endorse Mitt Romney, he would be to blame for Obama’s win. Radio host Joe Madison and Michelle Cottle of Newsweek and... watch

Denny’s owner slammed over Obamacare stunt

Denny’s owner slammed over Obamacare stunt

11/20/12 07:00PM

Denny’s owner John Metz claimed he would impose a 5 percent “Obamacare” surcharge on meals at his 30 Denny’s restaurants across Florida. He backed down after the Denny’s CEO told him to stop, but he’s not the only one overreacting to the law. Rev. Al... watch

GOP continues smear campaign against Rice

GOP continues smear campaign against Rice

11/20/12 07:00PM

The Republicans are continuing their witch hunt against UN Ambassador Susan Rice for her comments about the Benghazi attacks. Rep. James Clyburn, D-SC, discusses what his Republican colleagues are basing their arguments on. watch

Banking industry fears Sen. Warren

Banking industry fears Sen. Warren

11/19/12 07:00PM

As Elizabeth Warren gets ready to take her Senate seat on Capitol Hill, opponents in the banking industry are already leaning on Republicans to prevent Warren from joining the Senate Banking Committee. Andy Kroll of Mother Jones joins Rev. Al Sharpton. watch

Ohio GOP reviving abortion bill

Ohio GOP reviving abortion bill

11/19/12 07:00PM

Republicans in Ohio are reviving a heartbeat bill that would ban all abortions after 6 weeks. It would be the most restrictive ban on abortion in the US. Journalist Catherine Crier and Irin Carmon of salon.com talk with Rev. Al Sharpton about why the... watch

McCain attacks Rice over Benghazi

McCain attacks Rice over Benghazi

11/19/12 07:00PM

Sen. John McCain is accusing UN Ambassador Susan Rice of not telling the truth about the attacks on Benghazi, but his fellow Republicans are backing away from his accusations. Rev. Al Sharpton explains. watch

Republicans tap Ryan for tax help

Republicans tap Ryan for tax help

11/19/12 07:00PM

Speaker John Boehner has reportedly asked Rep. Paul Ryan to help strike a deal on taxes and spending, even though voters rejected Ryan’s budget ideals. Is this a sign Republicans don’t want to budge on taxes? Jackie Kucinich of USA Today and Heather... watch

GOP awakening in name only?

GOP awakening in name only?

11/19/12 07:00PM

Since the election, Republicans have insisted they’re making changes within the party. Yet so far, members have showed they’re not really interested in change. Abby Huntsman of HuffPost Live and MSNBC host Toure discuss the “awakening”. watch

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Rubio has political pandering down to a science

11/19/12 03:59PM

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is rumored to be eyeing higher office, but there's at least one kind of job he won't be going after: scientist. In an interview with GQ Magazine, Rubio, who is a member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, was asked how old he thought Earth was. He replied, "I'm not a scientist, man. I can tell you what recorded history says, I can tell you what the Bible says, but I think that's a dispute amongst theologians and I think it has nothing to do with the gross domestic product or economic growth of the United States." read more

President Barack Obama and Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi speak to the media during a brief joint press conference at her residence in Yangon, on November 19. (Photo by Nicolas Asfouri/AFP - Getty Images)

Obama praises steps toward democracy in historic Myanmar visit

11/19/12 12:22PM

President Obama became the first U.S. president to visit Myanmar Monday where he met separately with both President Thein Sein and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Standing in front of the home of Suu Kyi, who was imprisoned for nearly two decades before being released by the military government in 2010 as the country transitioned to civilian rule, the president sounded an optimistic note on the country’s move toward democracy. read more

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