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Young Turks: Should liberals root for Gingrich or Romney?

In a segment broadcast Monday night, Current TV’s progressive talk show The Young Turks tackled the issue of who liberals should be rooting for in the Republican primaries: former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) or former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. “Democrats have thought all along that Mitt Romney would be…

Stewart: Newt Gingrich is Washington’s ‘prostate’

Just when he was settled on Mitt Romney being the GOP presidential nominee, Jon Stewart’s excitement level went up multiple notches Monday evening in analyzing Newt Gingrich’s win in South Carolina. Stewart was particularly intrigued at Gingrich’s excoriation of John King at the CNN debate, when he labeled the journalist’s…

Fugitive arrested while giving interview to local news

The police hunt for a man wanted for pulling a gun on his neighbor ended over the weekend after the fugitive decided to give an impromptu interview to a local Mississippi news station. WLBT reporters arrived at the house of Rodney Wayne Hill, who was involved in an overnight standoff…

Maddow: Florida ‘is the anti-abortion primary’

On her show Monday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow explained why Florida was “the anti-abortion primary” for Republican presidential candidates. Republican state lawmakers filed 18 measures related to abortion in 2011, and five of those bills were signed into law. Even though the latest legislative session has only recently begun,…

Romney berates Gingrich for making ‘$35,000 a year’

Multimillionaire Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney blasted former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Monday for the way he made a living in recent years. During a NBC debate in Tampa, Florida, Romney charged that Gingrich had “peddled influence” in his role as an advisor for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage…

WATCH LIVE: Republican presidential candidates debate in Tampa, Florida

Watch the NBC 2012 GOP presidential debate in Tampa, moderated by Brian Williams, below: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

ACLU: Anti-abortion bills assume women can’t make sound judgements

In a video released on Monday, Maria Kayanan of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida decried legislation in the state’s legislature that would restrict women’s access to abortion. “The House Subcommittee is hearing three separate abortion bills, all of which seek to intrude into a very difficult personal private…

Santorum supporter: Obama ‘not president’ and an ‘avowed Muslim’

At a town hall meeting in Florida, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum failed to repudiate a woman who claimed that President Obama was a Muslim and not legally the President of the United States. Many of the so-called “birthers” believe there is persuasive evidence that Obama was born in Kenya…

Babysitter accused of molesting 5-year-old, streaming it online

A waitress in New Jersey is facing federal and state charges for streaming video online of herself sexually molesting a 5-year-old girl who she was babysitting. Authorities said that 32-year-old Jennifer Mahoney is facing up to 30 years in prison for sexual exploitation of a minor. A criminal complaint filed…

Warren Buffett serenades China with ukulele performance

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett isn’t the first person you’d think of when ukulele performances become the topic of conversation. Nevertheless, the 81-year-old appeared during a Chinese New Year broadcast aired Sunday, playing his ukulele and singing “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.” The video was apparently recorded over a year…

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