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Chicago police attack credentialed press photographer

The uncredentialed livestreamers and reporters who cover Occupy Wall Street protests may feel that taking their chances with the police is part of their self-appointed role. On Saturday, however, a credentialed photographer for The UpTake, who was wearing a highly visible press badge, ran afoul of the Chicago cops. Tracy…

Watch ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse live

Viewers all over the world will be watching when the sun and moon enter a rare “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse, beginning at 5:30 EDT. This type of eclipse is called an annular eclipse, and it occurs when the moon moves between the Earth and the sun, but the moon…

CBS’s Sanjayan: This is the ‘sink or swim moment’ for society and climate change

Today, lead scientist of The Nature Conservancy and CBS contributor M. Sanjayan made an impassioned call to action with regards to climate change, reports Think Progress. The scientist said that whether or not you believe the science of climate change is valid is, at this point, “almost immaterial.” Every state…

RNC chair blames Obama for Rev. Wright attack ad story

The chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) on Sunday said it was the fault of President Barack Obama and the Democrats for reports that a super PAC supporting presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney was considering attack ads featuring Obama’s former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright. “I know how it works,”…

Rove: Attacking Obama with Rev. Wright is ‘stupid’

President George W. Bush’s former adviser Karl Rove says that using Rev. Jeremiah Wright to attack President Barack Obama is a “stupid” idea. The New York Times revealed last week that a super PAC supporting presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was considering an ad campaign linking Obama to Wright.…

Paul Ryan claims his budget ‘preempts austerity’

House Budget Commitee chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) says that his plan to slash government spending on programs for the poor while increasing defense spending and giving tax cuts to the wealthy would actually “prevent austerity.” NBC’s David Gregory on Sunday pointed out that the debate over whether slashing budgets would…

Cramer: Romney is ‘a job destroyer, not a creator’

CNBC personality Jim Cramer provided an opinion Sunday morning that won’t be endorsed by Republican presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney, calling his time at Bain Capital as one more about firing than hiring people. Appearing on Meet The Press in the roundtable segment, the Mad Money host differed with David…

WATCH LIVE: Protesters rally in Chicago during NATO summit

Protesters gather in Chicago for their largest demonstration targeting the NATO summit. Watch live video, courtesy of GlobalRevolution.TV, below Watch live streaming video from globalrevolution at livestream.com…

Woman at Rep. Joe Walsh town hall: Obama a seditious socialist, Communist, Nazi

At a town hall event hosted by Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) on Saturday, a constituent claimed President Barack Obama secretly believed in socialism, communism and Nazism. Walsh, a tea party favorite, told his constituents in Streamwood that “nobody is a bad person in this debate.” But he railed against Democrats…

Pelosi challenges Boehner to vote on middle-class tax cuts

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday challenged House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to bring middle-class tax credits up for an immediate vote to prove they wouldn’t be “held hostage” to tax cuts for the rich. “I challenge the Speaker right now to bring the middle income tax cuts…

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