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Clinton: Republican voter suppression targeting African-American churches

Former President Bill Clinton is warning that President Barack Obama’s edge in the polls may not be enough to defeat GOP hopeful Mitt Romney because the Republican Party was using voter suppression techniques to target traditionally Democratic voters like African-American church members and the elderly. “How much will the vote…

VIDEO: Week-old panda cub dies of unknown cause at National Zoo

WASHINGTON — A baby giant panda born just one week ago at the National Zoo in the US capital died on Sunday of still to be determined causes. Panda keepers and volunteers “heard a distress vocalization from the mother, Mei Xiang, at 9:17 am and notified the veterinarian staff immediately,”…

Coulter: ‘Democrats are dropping the blacks’ for Hispanics

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter asserted on Sunday that Democrats were making a mistake by “dropping the blacks” in favor of Hispanics because rights for LGBT people and immigrants are not true civil rights. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked Coulter what she meant in her lasted book, “Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the…

RNC chairman Reince Priebus: ‘We’ve got specifics coming out our eyeballs’

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus claimed on Sunday that his party had a “good week” after video surfaced of GOP hopeful Mitt Romney insulting 47 percent of Americans, and said that the presidential candidate didn’t need to offer more details about his policies because “we’ve got specifics coming out…

Bill Kristol: ‘Obama team turned around’ Bush’s financial meltdown

Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol says that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is going to have a tough time winning if the election is a referendum on President Barack Obama’s first term. “They need to focus on the next four years,” the conservative columnist told Fox News host Chris Wallace…

SNL also mocks the ‘undecided voter’: ‘There’s still a lot we don’t know’

Following on the heels of Bill Maher’s Friday night rant about “undecided voters,” Saturday Night Live also poked fun at “low-information voters” this week. SNL’s treatment came in the form of a political ad by the “Low-Information Voters of America,” which began: It seems that 96 percent of voters have…

Harris-Perry: Pennsylvania law ‘a tax’ on women voters

Pennsylvania’s married or divorced women voters will have a harder time making it to the polls, Melissa Harris-Perry said on her show Saturday. According to the state’s controversial voter identification law, women who have changed their last name must present two forms of identification — the state voter ID issued…

Open Facebook invitation leads to birthday party riot

A mistaken setting on Facebook led to a birthday party in Holland getting overrun Saturday, as thousands of party-crashers turned a girl’s Sweet 16 into a riot. According to EuroNews, the girl mistakenly listed her party as a public event, leading to 30,000 people being invited online and between 3,000…

Revolution in filming reveals epic journey of the monarch butterfly

A documentary that captures in minute detail the insect’s 2,000-mile trek across North America to Mexico premieres this week – and is tipped to be nature’s next screen success The extraordinary 2,000-mile journey made by millions of butterflies each autumn from Canada, through the USA to Mexico is revealed in…

Hackers share security tips with the public in ‘cryptoparties’

In an effort to fight increased cyber-surveillance by authorities, more hackers and security experts are sharing their tips to online security with the public. According to Russia Today, there has been an increase in “cryptoparties,” gatherings where newcomers can learn how to shield their online usage from detection, through programs…

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