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‘Illegal’ Recall Walker political signs pop up across Wisconsin

Signs calling for the recall of Governor Scott Walker can be found in the lawns of residents across the state of Wisconsin, but political yard signs are outlawed under state law except during the election season. “Municipalities and the state law, both often purport to restrict political signs to a…

U.S. energy secretary suggests Keystone XL pipeline likely to be approved

U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu suggested in an interview with energyNOW that the controversial Keystone XL oil-sands pipeline was likely to be approved by the U.S. State Department because of energy security concerns. The pipeline would transport 500,000 barrels of crude per day from America’s neighbor to the north all…

Lawrence O’Donnell: Nothing more fraudulent than Giuliani as ‘hero of 9/11′

MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell ripped former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for choosing to put the city’s Emergency Command and Control Center in the World Trade Center despite being advised by professionals in his administration not to place it in an “obvious terrorism target.” “Rudy Giuliani learned absolutely nothing…

Obama’s former email fundraising author among those arrested at White House

A senior writer for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign was arrested outside the White House on Monday after he joined a protest against a planned Canadian tar sands pipeline. Elijah Zarlin, who authored fundraising emails for Obama, was arrested along with more than 100 other protesters taking part in a…

Romney slams proposed defense cuts: Strength only guarantee of liberty

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney blasted proposed cuts to the U.S. defense budget on Tuesday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars convention in San Antonio, Texas. “American strength is the only guarantee of liberty,” he said. “American strength turned the Cuban missiles around, American strength caused the collapse of the…

New footage: Rescue team searches NYC subway after 9/11

CBS News correspondent Bob Orr has obtained never before seen footage of firefighters searching for survivors in the subway lines below the World Trade Center. The video was captured by FEMA in the days following the September 11 attacks. Watch below:…

Michigan women gets 30 days in jail for throwing pie at Sen. Levin

A federal judge in Grand Rapids sentenced an antiwar activist and her accomplice to 30 days in jail for hitting Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) in the face with a dutch apple pie in August 2010. Ahlam Mohsen, 23, and Max Kantar, 24, were sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge…

9/11 coloring book sparks controversy for demonizing Muslims

A 9/11 coloring book has emerged on the brink of the tenth anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center. It is entitled “We Shall Never Forget 9/11: The Kids’ Book of Freedom,” and was published by Missouri-based Really Big Coloring Books. The color book begins with Osama bin…

Developer fined for $60,000 in illegal contributions to Maryland Republicans

A Maryland real estate developer faces a $55,000 fine from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) after an investigation by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) found evidence that he was involved in a conduit contribution scheme. CREW filed a complaint with the FEC against developer Edward St. John…

Consumer Watchdog: New online ‘ad option icon’ fails to protect privacy

The self-regulatory privacy program created by online advertisers and implemented Monday fails to adequately protect the privacy of Internet users, according to the advocacy group Consumer Watchdog. Internet marketers use a small data file known as a cookie to track the web history of Internet users and deliver relevant ads.…

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