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O’Reilly: Epidemic of disrespect due mainly to public schools

After years of calling his political opponents “pinheads,” Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Wednesday night lamented the decline of respect in the United States. He observed that a woman recently received 30 days in jail for cursing at a Wisconsin judge and giving him the finger. O’Reilly said the…

Scarborough: Colin Powell ‘absolutely necessary’ for Republicans

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said Wednesday the Republican Party had no hope of winning national elections unless they attracted moderate figures like former Secretary of State Colin Powell. “You’ve got to stand up to people on the fringe,” he told his colleague Chris Matthews. “You know, when parties go extreme…

Rand Paul praises Reagan in call for containment of radical Islam

In a much-anticipated speech on radical Islam, Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky praised Ronald Reagan and advocated a policy of containment. The potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate on Wednesday sought to frame himself as a realist when it came to foreign policy. Paul’s speech at the Heritage Foundation provided…

New York Republican on gun control: Hitler would be proud of Gov. Cuomo

A New York state assemblyman apologized Tuesday for comparing Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to the infamous 20th century dictators Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. At a press conference, Republican Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin said Cuomo acted like a dictator by pushing a gun control bill through the New York legislature last…

Christie: Ex-White House doctor ‘just another hack’ and ‘should shut up’ about my weight

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday lashed out at a former White House physician, calling her a “hack” who “should shut up” after she publicly worried about his health. During a Tuesday interview with CNN, Dr. Connie Mariano, who served as a physician to former Presidents George H.W. Bush…

Watch live: Kerry gets sworn in as Secretary of State

Ceremonial swearing-in for new Secretary of State John Kerry, conducted by Vice President Joe Biden. Watch live, broadcast on Feb. 6. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Alabama lawmaker pushing ‘personhood’ because ‘aborted babies’ might go to Hell

A Republican lawmaker in Alabama says that he wants to pursue a so-called “personhood” bill outlawing abortion rights for women because the Bible proves that a fetus “is life inside of a mother,” but he’s not sure if “aborted babies” are going to Heaven or Hell. In a recent interview…

‘Digital anchor’ app makers say they plan to ‘expand the options’ for news consumers

The makers of a new news-delivery app told The Raw Story on Wednesday that their project is not designed to get rid of the typical news anchor, but to enhance the news-reading experience. “We’re not looking to replace any kind of television programming,” said Leslie Bradshaw, chief operating officer for…

Two ‘young children,’ one woman dead in Denver murder-suicide shooting

Police are investigating a shooting in Denver that left three people dead and another injured. Denver Police said that that one woman and two children under the age of 10 were found dead at the 4900 block of Pearl Street, according to KCNC. Police described the incident as an apparent…

Cancer rates decline in African-American men although racial disparities remain

A new joint report from multiple health agencies said that U.S. cancer deaths among African-American men have declined, but that racial disparities remain. According to CNN, the widest gap in treatment and survival rates occurs with cancers which are found through routine screenings such as breast, prostate and colorectal cancer,…

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