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Guest Spot: Molly Ringwald

Guest Spot: Molly Ringwald

09/13/12 10:34AM

Molly Ringwald has gone from an actress to the author of When it Happens to You, a novel told in stories centered around Phillip and Greta, a couple whose marriage is foundering. She will be pulling up a chair to the table to discuss how she came about to write a novel told in stories, how she transformed from an actress to an author, and more. Tune in at 3pm for the full conversation and below find an excerpt from her book. read more

Steve Kornacki latest article: How to pick a losing fight

09/13/12 09:29AM

In the wake of the first Gulf War, which pushed then-President George H.W. Bush’s approval score to the 90 percent range, one of the Democrats who had backed the military action had a warning for his party.“My party can’t win the next presidential election on foreign policy,” Stephen Solarz, then a top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said, “but we can lose it on foreign policy.”It was advice that Bill Clinton, who ran with Solarz’s support, took. read more

The hot Senate races

09/12/12 05:00PM

With 55 days until election day the races are heating up, and it’s not only the Presidential race. We’re also keeping an eye on the Senate races where Republicans are hoping they can take a majority.Jennifer Duffy, Senior Editor for Cook Political Report, joins the conversation to help us capture the tightest races.  read more

What the Mideast means for 2012

What the Mideast means for 2012

09/12/12 04:19PM

Violence has erupted in the Middle East. It began when an Anti-Islam filmmaker released a film mocking the prophet Mohammed, and it went viral. In Egypt thousands of protestors scaled the walls of the U.S. Embassy after the road blocks were recently removed. They replaced the American flag hanging in front of the U.S. Embassy with an Islamic Flag, similar to the Al Qaeda banner. read more

'The Cycle' Lineup

09/12/12 01:00PM

Demonstrations continue today in Egypt and Libya over the outrage of a film ridiculing Prophet Muhammad. The U.S. Ambassador to Libya along with 3 other Americans were killed in the horrific attacks in Libya yesterday. Below find our lineup for today where we will have full reaction and coverage as the events unfold.From the unrest and protests in Libya and Egypt to the conflict in Israel, Ambassador Marc Ginsberg will be joining the table to discuss the crisis unfolding in the Middle EastWith 55 days until election day it is not just the Presidential race we need to keep an eye on. read more

S.E. Cupp latest NY Daily News article: Teach feminism some new tricks

09/12/12 12:30PM

Last week, after the women of the Democratic National Convention had finished making their pitches for more government assistance to help further their sexual liberation, I took to Twitter to shed a collective tear.“Feminism weeps,” I wrote, “as (Sandra) Fluke and other DNC women get on their metaphorical knees to beg for government to take care of them.”For all that first- and second-wave feminism did to empower women, to inspire us to be self-reliant and independent, it seems the narrative went from “men are the problem” to “the Man is the solution.” How sad.And in response to my tweet, some read more

Violence in Middle East

Violence in Middle East

09/12/12 10:29AM

This morning we all woke up to the news that Chris Stevens, the US Ambassador to Libya, along with three staff members, was killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya. Demonstrations also broke out in Egypt where protestors climbed the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and replaced the American flag with an Islamic banner.The violence was sparked by an anti-Islam film called, Innocence of  Muslims, that ridiculed Muhammad. The film was produced by an Israeli filmmaker living in California and has been promoted by anti-Muslim, Egyptian Christian campaigners in the United States. read more