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What census data means for GOP

What census data means for GOP

06/15/11 08:00PM

Recent data shows that people over the age of 50 are strongly opposed to Paul Ryan's plan for Medicare. This means nine Republicans may face a challenging re-election in 2012. watch

Tale of the tape: Is Target anti-union?

Tale of the tape: Is Target anti-union?

06/15/11 08:00PM

Gawker.com has obtained a Target employee training video that features fictional workers being warned of the evils of organized labor. The company is also waging an aggressive campaign to stop hundreds of employees from unionizing at a store outside of... watch

Tonight's Guest List 6/15

06/15/11 07:57PM

Big show tonight, and we're leading off with something even Elizabeth Hasselbeck agrees with. Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson and the NAACP's Hilary Shelton are on to talk about racism in right wing media.   Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has a plan to really bring down your gasoline bill. He's on with Ed tonight.   We'll talk to David Cay Johnston about the astonishing votes in Congress that will screw the poor and subsidize the rich. Ed's fired up. read more

Underbuzzed

06/15/11 04:41PM

A little short and a little late with my posts today -- we blew up the show a little bit. Lot of good stuff on the show tonight. Our lead, as of now, is a look at something not enough people are talking about. Meanwhile, here's today's OTHER Underbuzzed stories:This one went up last week but I missed it and it couldn't be more important. Just as the GOP is simultaneously helping to make food more expensive by protecting Wall St. read more

The Wednesday Outlook

06/15/11 04:14PM

We've got Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on tonight. At a news conference today, he spoke about new legislation he's introducing to crack down on the Wall Street speculation that has driven up gas prices. Literally, if it were passed and implemented, the law could bring gas prices down by some estimates as much as 25%. read more

Morning EDition: June 15, 2011

06/15/11 11:15AM

Weiner-gate continues to fade. Real stuff continues to reassert itself in Wisconsin and Washington. We've got our eye on a couple of events today, Sen. Sanders' news conference, and the House vote on taking food out of the mouths of the poor. Check back later for today's Outlook and Underbuzzed. Meanwhile, here's your Morning EDition:TODAYSen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) held a news conference at 10:30 today on a new bill giving the CFTC more power to bring down gas prices.NBC/WSJ poll to be released tonight.House considering Agriculture Appropriations Bill today. Votes expected this afternoon. read more

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