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Watch live: Biden campaigns in Iowa

Vice President Joe Biden speaks to supporters at a campaign event in Muscatine, Iowa. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Nov. 1. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

O’Reilly producer interviews drunk partyers to gauge ‘single lady’ vote

It’s no secret that women will be an important voting bloc next Tuesday when the nation goes to the polls to elect its next president. Wednesday on “The O’Reilly Factor,” Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly wondered which way women will vote on November 6 and sent producer Jesse Watters to interview…

Silicon Valley split on Obama and Romney

Silicon Valley is of two minds regarding who should be the next president of the United States. Politically, liberal hipsters at hot Internet firms are inclined to tune into issues such as the environment and equality that put them in the camp of incumbent Barack Obama. But executives responsible for…

India’s first Playboy club adapts to modest norms

Playboy’s iconic “bunnies” will make a demure Indian debut next month serving drinks at the brand’s first club in the country, which will open despite a nationwide ban on the adult magazine. PB Lifestyle, the Indian firm with rights to the Playboy brand, will launch the club in the holiday…

Errors in Texas database pose barriers to health care access

Texas health commissioner Kyle Janek said Wednesday that errors in a state-crafted database intended to help women find reproductive health care providers are “a real problem.” As the state attempts to implement a rule barring Planned Parenthood clinics from participating in the government-funded Women’s Health Program, the health commission has…

Valuable Winehouse dresses taken from home

Two dresses belonging to the late British soul singer Amy Winehouse, including the one she wore to her wedding, have been stolen from her home in London, a spokesman said Thursday. The dresses, which were due to be sold to raise money for charity, are thought to have been taken…

Former Penn State president to be charged in Sandusky scandal

Former Penn State President Graham Spanier will be facing charges for his role in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal and cover-up at the university.  According to Reuters, a source close to the investigation and criminal lawsuit said that Spanier will be charged with five counts, including conspiracy, perjury,…

Disney blockbuster looks to arcade games for inspiration

Disney is known for traditional holiday-season movies about princesses and fairy tales — but this year it has turned to the world of video games for its latest animated blockbuster. As the lucrative Halloween-Thanksgiving-Christmas period looms, “Wreck-it Ralph” plays on nostalgia for 1980s-style arcade games with the hyper-realism familiar to…

Watch live: Bloomberg updates on Sandy aftermath

Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Nov. 1. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Romney: Seniors ‘most likely’ won’t get to see doctor if Obama wins

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took his claim that President Barack Obama had stolen $716 billion from Medicare to the next level on Thursday and asserted that seniors “most likely” would not be able to see specialists if the president is re-elected. Throughout the last few months of the 2012…

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