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Romney admits ‘mistake,’ will release tax return

After being soundly beaten by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in South Carolina’s Republican presidential primary, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is pledging to release tax returns for at least one year. On Sunday, Romney admitted to Fox News host Chris Wallace that he had made a “mistake” by not…

Bill Moyers: How ordinary people can fight ‘Citizens United’

In this clip, commentator Bill Moyers answers a question frequently posed to him by viewers — “How can ordinary people fight ‘Citizens United’?” The controversial Supreme Court ruling enshrines the notion of “corporate personhood” into law, giving companies many of the same rights and protections as U.S. citizens, allowing businesses…

WATCH LIVE: The 2012 GOP candidates react in South Carolina

Watch live video of the candidates’ speeches in the wake of the South Carolina primaries, courtesy of MSNBC: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Maddow: Is the Romney campaign ‘collapsing’?

In a wide-ranging segment on Friday night’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Rachel took a revealing look at the current state of Mitt Romney’s campaign. She questioned whether the campaign’s central ideological underpinnings are still valid and went on to ask whether Romney’s candidacy itself is currently in jeopardy. She pointed…

‘Rich Kids for Romney’ release an ad

As the latest polls point to a Newt Gingrich victory in South Carolina, one unique group is hoping their support will keep Mitt Romney in position to become the Republican presidential nominee. The group “Rich Kids for Romney” released an ad Friday backing the former Massachusetts governor all the way.…

Gingrich: ‘Work’ is ‘a strange, distant concept’ to Juan Williams

After lambasting Juan Williams earlier in the week, Newt Gingrich continued to attack the Fox News analyst Friday afternoon at a campaign event in South Carolina. Still offended after being asked by Williams if he could see why African-Americans would be offended over his constant mentioning of food stamps and…

Woman with two uteruses gives birth to twins

A woman with two uteruses has given birth to twins this week in a story that has surprised the medical world. Alison Camp of Buffalo, New York is among just one to two percent of women in the world with a rare condition called uterine didelphys. It results in Camp…

Huckabee: Obama was a ‘foreign student’

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R) is somehow still confused over the nationality and background of President Barack Obama. Huckabee appeared on The O’Reilly Factor Friday evening to discuss the growing story of Mitt Romney unveiling his tax returns, saying the GOP candidate should do that based solely on one…

Maher defends SOPA, calls piracy ‘Caucasian looting’

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) maybe placed on the back burner for the moment. But that didn’t stop Bill Maher from providing support for future “anti-piracy” bills Friday evening. Maher explained that his view is based on illegal copies of his 2008 movie Religulous being downloaded online, calling concerns…

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar appointed U.S. cultural ambassador

Legendary basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was appointed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday as a U.S. global cultural ambassador. Clinton expressed the hope that Abdul-Jabbar will engage with young people in particular “as a means to create opportunities for greater understanding.” “My life experiences have really prepared me…

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