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Maher: Class inequality may have helped Cleveland kidnapper hide victims

On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Maher and a panel made up of writer Glenn Greenwald, commentator Joy Reid and National Review writer Charles Cooke discussed whether class issues played a role in the case of the three women who were held prisoner in the…

Maddow: For GOP, ‘Impeach Obama’ urge is a form of incontinence

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow chided Republicans for their constant calls to impeach President Barack Obama. She likened the right’s continuous cries for impeachment to an involuntary tic, an accidental soiling of oneself, like a person who poops or pees themselves a little when they…

MIT-trained engineers building flying hybrid car TF-X

Introducing TF-X: Terrafugia’s Vision for the Future of Personal Transportation Let’s say that you’re traveling on the freeway to a business meeting and your GPS tells you that the road in front of you has just become impassable. There is an alternate route available; however, it adds an hour…  …

Maher slams Fox News’ Benghazi coverage: ‘I still don’t know what the scandal is’

Bill Maher accused Fox News of playing up the September 2012 attack on an American consulate building in Libya during the panel discussion on Real Time on Friday. “If you watch Fox News, this story was like, ‘They saved Hitler’s brain’ times ‘Men walk on the moon’ — it was…

Jay Smooth: Now is not the time to auto-tune Charles Ramsey

While the saying “now is not the time” is often used regarding politically-based analysis of public events, hip-hop activist and DJ Jay Smooth pointed out on Wednesday, the ongoing story of Charles Ramsey called for a special addendum to that rule. “Now is not the for auto-tune,” he pleaded. “Can…

Longtime activist tells Moyers: ‘There was too much readiness’ to leave reform up to Obama

Longtime civic activist Marshall Ganz told Bill Moyers on Friday that President Barack Obama’s charisma during his first electoral run might have contributed to a misreading of the circumstances he encountered in his first term. “I think there’s plenty of responsibility to go around,” said Ganz, who took part in…

Bachmann: 9/11 and Benghazi attacks were ‘judgment’ from God

On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told a group of conservative lawmakers gathered for a prayer event that the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and the siege of the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya were “the hand of judgment” from God. According to Right Wing Watch, the event,…

Texas mom treats son with WebMD after he’s shot by her friend

Police in Texas are considering whether to charge a mother who decided to consult the website WebMD after a friend shot her son instead of taking him to the hospital. According to KHOU, surveillance video recorded in a Houston home on Tuesday shows Pete Jesse Rodriguez “tracking” the 14-year-old boy’s…

Texas opens criminal investigation into fertilizer plant explosion

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced on Friday that the McLennan County Sheriff and the Texas Rangers were opening a criminal investigation into an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West that killed 14 and injured 200 last month. “This disaster has severely impacted the community of West,…

Fox News says Republicans ‘free to use’ its ‘ad’ attacking Hillary over Benghazi

Fox News host Eric Bolling on Thursday said he had created an advertisement to attack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her handling of 2012 attacks in Benghazi and Republicans were “free to use” it to derail her 2016 presidential ambitions. “I made a political ad that Joe Biden,…

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