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Newtown residents join thousands to march for stricter gun laws

A group of about 100 residents from Newtown, Connecticut were among the thousands who took part in a march for stricter gun regulations in Washington D.C. on Saturday. WJLA-TV reported that about 3,000 people were part of the march from the Capitol to the Washington Monument, which also attracted both…

WI sheriff tells residents to get ‘in the game’ and arm themselves

A Wisconsin sheriff has drawn criticism from other public officials for a radio commercial telling residents not to wait for authorities to help them and to arm themselves for protection. According to The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. can be heard in the ad saying,…

‘Charlie Brown’ actor explains stalking charges: ‘A girl broke my heart’

The actor who provided the voice of “Charlie Brown” told KFMB-TV on Friday that he suffered a nervous breakdown on account of being deceived by both his girlfriend and the plastic surgeon who operated on her. “A girl broke my heart,” Peter Robbins said from jail, where he is being…

At least 30 dead in Egypt after riots over soccer trial verdict

Street clashes killed at least 30 people in Egypt’s Port Said on Saturday after 21 supporters of a local football club were sentenced to death over a bloody stadium riot in the canal city. The violence comes a day after nine were killed in protests against President Mohamed Morsi on…

Obama: Clinton ‘one of the finest Secretaries of State we’ve had’

CBS’ “60 Minutes” has released a video preview of the joint interview with President Barack Obama and outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In it, Obama thanked Clinton and praised her for her service to the country and Clinton talked about how the once bitter rivals came to work so…

Maddow: Republicans taking all the wrong lessons away from 2012 drubbing

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow discussed how the Republican Party appears to have taken all the wrong lessons from the drubbing it took in 2012. Even as the GOP feverishly tries to scrub away all signs of former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), she said, it…

Hayes: GOP approach to climate change is ‘depraved denialism’

Saturday morning on MSNBC’s “Up with Chris Hayes,” host Chris Hayes introduced the topic of climate change to the panel. He discussed how the issue has been hijacked by the right wing and made into a culture war video, while Republican elected officials, such as those elected to the U.S.…

Maher criticizes men whose moods depend ‘on how well a 20-year-old kid tackles a 19-year-old kid’

Maher ended his show on Friday night with his theories on defense spending and his belief in a problem in American men’s masculinity. “New rule: America needs to show it’s the home of the brave by acting like it,” he began. Maher, who noted that the U.S. defense budget is…

Maher: Rand Paul’s questions to Clinton a result of ‘horsesh*t’ he heard on TV

On Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday, the host discussed Obama’s inauguration speech and the congressional hearing on Benghazi this week. Maher said he agreed that the inauguration speech was partisan and that he’d “never heard an inauguration speech like that,” but asked, “Didn’t they kind of drive him…

Moyers guest: Lobbyist concerns more important to Congress than ‘concerns of middle America’

U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-VA) was on Moyers and Company on Friday to discuss a loophole written into the fiscal cliff deal that allows a major biotechnology company to avoid cost controls on certain Medicare drugs — which amounts to a half a billion dollar tax break. The New York…

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