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Dead pig wearing Romney shirt left outside California GOP office

A dead pig with barbed wire around its head and a Romney/Ryan 2012 tshirt on its torso was found outside a Republican campaign office in Manhattan Beach, California on Thursday. The Los Angeles-area office was otherwise undamaged and whoever dumped the animal’s remains didn’t leave much of an explanation. “I…

Pauly Shore tells Soledad: Republicans are ‘too far to the white’

Appearing on CNN Friday morning, comedian Pauly Shore told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien that he believes the Republican Party lost the 2012 presidential election because it has gone “too far to the white,” echoing a theme that many Republican pundits have voiced as well in recent days. “If you look at…

Watch live: Obama speaks on the economy

President Barack Obama makes a statement on the spending cuts and tax hikes set to take effect in January. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Nov. 9. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Fox News guest: Obama won by lying about ‘rape camps’ under Romney

At least one conservative Fox News commentator isn’t blaming Mitt Romney’s loss on Hurricane Sandy. On Thursday, tea party-backed radio host Michael Graham told Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly that President Barack Obama scared voters by claiming that women would be “forced into rape camps” under the Republican presidential nominee.…

Malkin suggests impeachment for Obama’s ‘jihadi-coddling’

Conservative pundit Michelle Malkin on Thursday suggested that President Barack Obama could be punished with impeachment or other “constitutional provisions” for his administration’s “jihadi-coddling” in Libya. Speaking to Fox News host Sean Hannity just two days after the president was elected to a second term, Malkin said that four Americans…

Prosecutor wife suspected of evidence tampering for accused rapist husband

Jennifer Grant, a supervising assistant city prosecutor in Seattle, has been been reassigned to duties that “do not entail courtroom prosecutorial work” because she is suspected of tampering with evidence to protect her husband who is accused of the serial rape of immigrants at several massage parlors. A recently released…

Carnegie Mellon University trustee accused of laundering millions for drug cartel

Marco Antonio Delgado, a prominent Texas attorney and former trustee at Carnegie Mellon University, appeared in an El Paso court on Thursday to face charges that he conspired with a Mexican drug cartel to launder more than $600 million. The Department of Homeland Security did not name the cartel he’s…

Minn. pastor arrested for sexual assault during ‘ex-gay’ therapy

A Minnesota pastor has been arrested for sexually assaulting two gay men while counseling them about their “homosexual tendencies.” Charging documents released this week indicated that 55-year-old Rev. Ryan J. Muehlhauser was accused of eight felony counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct on at least two men during sessions about…

Obama tears up as he thanks campaign staff: ‘I’m really proud of all of you’

In a video published to YouTube by the Obama campaign, the newly reelected president is featured wiping away tears as he thanks volunteers and campaign aides for their hard work, telling them, “I’m really proud of all of you.” The president explained that when he worked as community organizer in…

Colbert to Maddow: Romney could still win

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert welcomed MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, host of “The Rachel Maddow Show” and lead anchor for MSNBC’s election night coverage. “Alright, young lady,” Colbert began, “Feeling good? Feeling good over there at MSNBC?” “I love election season!” Maddow enthused. “Every year! No matter…

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