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Florida man to plead guilty after threatening to ‘put a bullet through’ Obama’s head

A Miami-Dade College student is expected to plead guilty on Wednesday of threatening to assassinate President Barack Obama. Court records obtained by The Associated Press indicated that 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. will enter a plea of guilty after initially telling the court he was not guilty. A Secret Service…

WATCH LIVE: Obama speaks at Air Force Academy graduation

President Barack Obama delivered a speech to the Air Force Academy graduation Wednesday in Colorado Springs. His speech to the military college comes just after the NATO summit in Chicago, which was plagued by protests, where leaders voted to conclude military action in Afganistan starting in mid-2013 with a full…

WATCH LIVE: Romney addresses Latino Coalition summit

Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke to the Latino Coalition summit in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. A national organization that represents Latino business interests, the Latino Coalition began its annual economic summit starting on Monday, featuring keynote speaker Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R). Romney will be speaking to the…

Powell calls out Hannity over obsession with Bill Ayers and Rev. Wright

Retired Gen. Colin Powell is encouraging Fox News host Sean Hannity to give up his obsession about President Barack Obama’s former relationships with Bill Ayers and Rev. Jeremiah Wright. “I find him one of the most divisive figures in — that I’ve witnessed in politics today,” Hannity told Powell during…

Maryland teen creates award-winning pancreatic cancer test

A 15-year-old Maryland student arguably had the day of his life Tuesday, winning a prestigious science award for creating a pancreatic cancer test. According to WBAL-TV, North County High School freshman Jack Andraka became the winner of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his invention after drawing inspiration…

Church member defends NC pastor: LGBT people ‘worthy of death’

Members of Providence Road Baptist Church in North Carolina are speaking out in defense their pastor after he called for “lesbians and queers” to be detained inside electric fences until they all die. Geneva Sims told WCNC that she had been listening to Pastor Charles Worley’s sermon’s since the 1970s…

Granholm: Republicans’ voter suppression drive is ‘treasonous’

Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm said on her Current TV show Tuesday evening that voter suppression efforts across the country could be considered as “treasonous” acts. Granholm took a swipe at the Republican Party, feeling their push for tougher voter eligibility laws and limiting early voting is an obvious attack…

Rep. Steve King on immigrants: Get ‘pick of the litter’ like dogs

If Republicans wonder why they are losing the Latino vote, they should consider comments like Rep. Steve King’s (R-IA) latest sentiment comparing immigrants to hunting dogs. King on Monday told a crowd in Pocahontas, Iowa that the U.S. should only allow the “pick of the litter” when selecting immigrants. “You…

Maddow: Republicans keep making big laugh out loud errors

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Tuesday night explained how Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign and national Republicans kept making relatively unnoticed gaffes. “This really is what national Republicans and what the Mitt Romney campaign have been like right now,” she said. “They keep making errors like this.” Maddow noted that the…

California lawmakers decry ‘shameful’ federal assault on medical marijuana

California Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher (R) and Sam Farr (D), and state Assembly member Tom Ammiano (D) and state Sen. Mark Leno (D) addressed pro-marijuana activists on Tuesday, urging them to help reform the nation’s drug laws by lobbying their lawmakers. As part of the California Unity Conference & Citizen Lobby…

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