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Power goes off at NFL stadium during game

Several random power outages occurred at an NFL stadium Monday night in San Francisco, leaving fans and players in the dark for more than 25 minutes combined. No incidents or injuries were reported because of the rare event. WATCH: Video from ESPN via the Associated Press, which was broadcast on…

Maddow: Ron Paul calls out uncomfortable truth in GOP politics

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Monday night discussed Ron Paul’s rising poll numbers in Iowa, and said his candidacy for president revealed an “uncomfortable truth” about the Republican Party. She noted that establishment Republicans had blasted Paul’s isolationist foreign policy, even though his policies often received applause from Republican debate…

Sen. Coons explains why Democrats broke off payroll negotiations

Sen. Chris Coons explained Monday why Democrats had agreed to extend the payroll tax cut for only two months, a compromise that House Republicans are now expected to kill. House Republicans have said they will reject a compromise struck by Republicans and Democrats in the Senate that would extend the…

Organized hysteria follows death of Kim Jong-Il

SEOUL — North Korea’s state television broadcast scenes of “indescribable sorrow” after Monday’s announcement of the death of leader Kim Jong-Il, as hysterical people pounded the ground in a display of grief. The death of the 69-year-old “Dear Leader” was revealed on state television by a female announcer clad in…

WATCH LIVE: GOP leaders address payroll tax bill

John Boehner, Eric Cantor and other Republicans discuss the payroll tax bill. Watch live:…

Gingrich: Federal officials aren’t allowed to say ‘Merry Christmas’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday he was unaware of House rules prohibiting lawmakers from using their taxpayer-paid franking allowance to sent out Christmas mailings. “This is actually weird,” he said at a campaign event in Davenport, Iowa. “I am told — I’ve been investigating this for the last…

Labor activists protest Indiana House speaker with Christmas carols

The labor rights group Central Indiana Jobs with Justice showed up at the home of Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R) last week to express their displeasure with “right to work” legislation he has championed. “One the first day of Christmas Brian Bosma gave to me, a right to work…

Imus: Former Cheney aide ‘smoking meth’ to think Gingrich can win

Fox Business host Don Imus says you would have to be high to believe former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R) can win against President Barack Obama in the general election. On Monday, Imus told Mary Matalin, a former advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney, that she must be “smoking meth”…

Trooper uncovers 160 pounds of pot during traffic stop

If you’re hoping to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of marijuana in a rented van, you probably shouldn’t violate routine traffic laws. A state trooper allegedly found 160 pounds of marijuana after pulling over a van on Interstate 84 for an unsafe lane change and speeding, according to…

Robertson: SNL Tebow skit fueled by ‘anti-Christian bigotry’

Incensed over Saturday Night Live‘s light-hearted skit on Jesus and football quarterback Tim Tebow, Pat Robertson provided another stern lecture Monday morning to his viewers. On the latest episode of The 700 Club, the televangelist thought the segment was brought on by “an anti-Christian bigotry that’s disgusting.” “If this had…

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