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WATCH LIVE: Occupy D.C. eviction expected Monday

National Park authorities have set a noon deadline for Occupy D.C. protesters to remove all temporary camping structures from McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza. Watch this live video from Occupy DC, broadcast Jan. 30, 2012. Watch this live video from Global Revolution, broadcast Jan. 30, 2012. Watch live streaming video…

Louisiana family on the lam from monkey inspector

A Louisiana couple fled their home out of fear that their Capuchin moneys would be taken away by state officials, according to the Associated Press. Jim and Donita Clark have been hiding in their motor home for the past four months, leaving their house just before wildlife agents came for…

Miss Piggy: Attack on Muppets movie ‘as laughable as Fox being news’

In a staged press conference following the debut of their new film, two of puppeteer Jim Henson‘s most famous characters, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog, took questions from reporters about recent criticism lodged by commentators on the conservative Fox News Channel. “It’s a funny thing, they were concerned about…

Former Senator: ‘Too big to fail cannot be tolerated’

Former North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan (D) appeared on Moyers & Company this past weekend to express how government needs tougher rules to punish big banks. Moyers discussed with Dorgan his 1998 speech on the Senate floor rallying against the now infamous repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed banks…

Police use flash bang grenades, tear gas in Oakland

Police in Oakland, California used various projectiles and finally arrested more than 400 people in the Occupy movement over the weekend. Some reports indicated that police used smoke, tear gas, flash bang grenades and rubber bullets in an attempt to stop protesters who were trying to take over vacant buildings.…

Co-chair of new task force promises to dig into ‘every aspect’ of housing crisis

Three years after he first promised to investigate the housing crisis, President Obama has finally announced the creation of a task force to examine mortgage and securitization fraud. One of the co-chairs of the new commission, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, joined MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on Sunday to discuss…

Russian ex-paratroopers score YouTube hit with rock video calling Putin ‘tyrant’

As opposition to Vladimir Putin’s anticipated reelection to the presidency of Russia heats up, protest is taking a number of unusual forms. For example, critics of the Russian leader drove around Moscow on Sunday in cars trailing white ribbons to advertise protests planned for next weekend. The most surprising success…

Hayes: Billionaires could make U.S. elections resemble horse races

In the aftermath of billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson giving $10 million to the Super PAC supporting Newt Gingrich, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes speculated Saturday that unless campaign finance rules are changed, U.S. political elections could start resembling the Kentucky Derby. “According to ‘Forbes, the $10 million Adelson dropped on Gingrich…

Bachmann: Tea party ‘has been only a force for good’

Former Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann on Sunday defended the tea party movement, saying that it had “been only a force for good.” “The [Republican] Party has changed so much for the better,” Bachmann told CBS host Bob Schieffer. “The tea party has infused the energy and excitement. And really,…

Palin: Gingrich will ‘clobber’ Obama

Failed Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin all but endorsed Newt Gingrich on Saturday, saying Florida voters should “rage against the machine, vote for Newt.” Fox News host Jeanine Pirro asked the former Alaska governor how Gingrich could claim that he was not a Washington insider after being in Congress…

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