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WATCH LIVE: Obama addresses the nation from Afghanistan

President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Tuesday. The President is scheduled to discuss the future of the NATO mission in Afghanistan from Bagram Air Base at 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch live video, courtesy of MSNBC, below: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about…

‘Black Bloc’ protesters ignite violence at Seattle May Day protest

Protesters clad in black outfits and carrying poles smashed windows and clashed with police during a May Day demonstration in downtown Seattle, according to The Seattle Times. The Occupy Wall Street movement planned May Day rallies in cities around the United States to show solidarity with workers across the globe…

Maddow explains the conservative media model: ‘Everybody else is out to get you’

Conservative media outlets encourage their audiences to keep viewing only their content by demonizing other news sources, according to MSNBC host Rachel Maddow. “If I am trying to get across a point of view, I have to persuade and not assert,” she said in April at The Castro Theater in…

The queens of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ talk politics

Though this season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was the first to feature a political competition — “Frock The Vote” — and RuPaul himself even journeyed to New Hampshire during primary season to declare himself a “one-issue candidate,” the show, like many of its reality competitors, shied away from most political…

‘West Wing’ cast reunites for a very important initiative

Fans of the series “The West Wing” will recall that some of the show’s best moments were the “walk and talk” sequences, where cast members would begin a conversation on the go from one meeting or location to another, often adding and losing participants as the discussion evolved on its…

Romney heckled in New York: ‘You’re a racist!’

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney came to New York City on Tuesday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden — but had his event somewhat spoiled by a very loud activist who repeatedly yelled that he was a “racist.” Appearing with former New York…

NC man films himself firing shotgun at pro-LGBT rights sign

Video of a North Carolina man firing a shotgun at a sign against the state’s proposed amendment banning same sex marriage has gone viral, even after he removed it from YouTube. “Right now there is this amendment trying to be passed, Amendment One, and it’s going to state that marriage…

Christie: Romney ‘might be able to convince me’ to be VP

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday said that he could be persuaded to accept the job of vice president because presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is “a convincing guy.” “I really have no interest in being vice president, but if Gov. Romney called and asked me to…

Fox News guest: ‘Illegals’ can go home if they don’t like the slur

A Fox News guest on Monday rejected calls to drop the use of term “illegals,” and suggested that undocumented immigrants could “return to their country” if they didn’t like the slur. The Daily Caller’s Michelle Fields told Fox News host Sean Hannity that liberals were trying to “demonize” conservatives in…

Ann Romney: Mitt is ‘a wild and crazy man inside’

Mitt Romney is the opposite of a boring old stiff as conventional wisdom labels him, according to the description his wife Ann offered on CBS Tuesday morning. “I think in politics this is what always happens, there is a narrative, you like to put someone in a box and keep…

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