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Chinese knockoff artists patent iPhone 5 design before Apple: report

Apple may have just lost a key battle in China before they even began to fight it. A report by Chinese electronics site GizChina claims that a company called GooPhone boasted that it has obtained a Chinese patent on the design of Apple’s iPhone 5, taken from leaked photos of…

World’s richest woman suggests $2 a day wages for Australian miners

The world’s most wealthy woman is warning that firms are in danger of having to abandon iron-ore mining in Australia if wages are not cut, pointing out that African miners are “willing to work for less than $2 per day.” In a video recently posted on the Sydney Mining Club…

Jon Stewart’s team takes on Charlotte’s local culture

As Jon Stewart and his Daily Show crew descended on North Carolina – “one of the country’s top Carolinas,” he called it – he sent his band of correspondents into the city to get their take on the Democratic National Convention’s host city Tuesday night. Stationed at the NASCAR Hall…

Colbert on GOP enthusiasm: ‘Mitt Romney’s our candidate and there’s no changing that now.’

Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night opened his show with cartoons likening President Obama to former Chinese dictator Mao Zedong and Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, dubbing the Democratic Convention the “2012 People’s Party Congress of Charlotte.” “They’re hoping for a replay of four years ago,” Colbert said, “when hordes of hope-addled…

O’Reilly on Kennedy’s DNC tribute: ‘Like a vampire rising from the dead’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday blasted the Democratic Party for paying tribute to former Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) in a video at their convention in Charlotte because he said the “whole purpose is to club Romney.” In their seven-minute tribute video at the Democratic National Convention, the party…

Jon Stewart mocks Democrats for failing to defend Obama

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart lampooned Democrats who responded timidly and inconclusively to the question of whether Americans were better off now than four years ago. The question, first used by Ronald Reagan, was invoked once again by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and…

Michelle Obama: Being president ‘reveals who you are’

First Lady Michelle Obama gave a rousing speech at the Democratic convention Tuesday night, saying that she had seen firsthand how her husband has struggled and fought for the values of common Americans. “Well, today, after so many struggles and triumphs and moments that have tested my husband in ways…

Julian Castro: Invest in opportunity today for prosperity tomorrow

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro made history on Tuesday night by becoming the first Hispanic man to deliver the keynote speech at Democratic National Convention. “My family’s story isn’t special,” he said. “What’s special is the America that makes our story possible. Ours is a nation like no other, a…

Gov. Deval Patrick: Democrats need to get a backbone

In a speech Tuesday night at the Democratic convention, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick urged his fellow Democrats to get behind the president and to not back down from their ideals in the face of hardship. “If we want to win elections in November and keep our country moving forward, if…

In tribute video to Sen. Ted Kennedy, Dems blast Romney

In a tribute video to the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, Democrats at the party’s presidential nominating convention spotlighted the progressive icon’s support for President Obama while also using old footage from Kennedy’s Senate race against Mitt Romney to bash the newly-minted GOP presidential nominee. The video opens with a nostalgic biography…

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