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Black Congresswoman threatened after Beck website posts edited video

An African-American Congresswoman from New York was forced to call the police on Thursday after she says an edited video posted on Glenn Beck’s website incited threats of violence against her. Judith Kargbo, a spokeswoman for Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY), confirmed to Raw Story that the Congresswoman’s office had asked…

Romney campaign: Obama ‘divides’ America by talking about bin Laden

Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign is accusing President Barack Obama of dividing the country when his campaign talks about killing terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden. In a new web advertisement, President Bill Clinton says that Obama chose the “more honorable path” by ordering the 2011 attack that resulted…

Colbert tackles the Obama slow-jam backlash

No matter what the president does, conservatives are going to find fault with it. Remember “DijonGate?”  Early in the the president’s term, he and Joe Biden went out for a cheeseburger, surrounded by a flock of eager media.  Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham made hay for about a week of…

Jon Stewart excoriates Murdoch’s mind-boggling level of corruption

Rupert Murdoch, head of the embattled media conglomerate NewsCorp was back before Parliament this week.  His previous testimony revolved around his many newspapers’ proclivity for hacking into the voice mail accounts of various celebrities, the families of British troops killed in action, and most memorably, the cell phone of a…

WATCH LIVE: Zimmerman lawyer explains $200,000 in website donations

George Zimmerman’s lawyer was expected to tell the court on Friday why his client did not disclose about $200,000 in website donations at his bond hearing. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast April 27, 2012.  …

Sandra Fluke chides Fox News’ Monica Crowley for ‘blatantly homophobic’ comment

Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke on Thursday night said Fox News host Monica Crowley should apologize to the LGBT community for a homophobic “joke” made at Fluke’s expense. Crowley responded to news that Fluke had become engaged by tweeting the question, “To a man?” “I’m not going to let…

Police: Vender used hot dog cart as deadly weapon

A hot dog vender in Albuquerque has been charged with using his cart to commit aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. The vendor allegedly used his hot dog cart to attack a rival vender, running over the man’s legs and feet. Police are unaware of what caused the confrontation. If…

Rep. Hank Johnson compares CISPA to ’1984′

Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) on Thursday compared controversial cyber security legislation to George Orwell’s famous dystopian novel 1984. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) would authorize Internet companies, such as Internet service providers and social networking sites, to share private online communications and other data about possible attacks…

Michigan Senate Minority Leader ‘embarrassed’ by attack on stem cell research

Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer (D) blasted Republican lawmakers on Thursday for threatening to cut funds for the University of Michigan because of its embryonic stem cell research. “Today for the second time in six months, I rise because I am actually embarrassed by what I see happening here today,”…

Franken cries during VAWA speech recalling Paul and Sheila Wellstone

In a Tuesday speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) was moved to tears as he spoke about the need to pass the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). At the conclusion of his speech, Franken recalled his friends, former Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-MN) and Sheila Wellstone, who died…

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