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Condoleezza Rice: Chances of strike on Iran ‘increasing’

Chances are increasing that Israel will conduct a military strike on Iran over its nuclear program, according to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. “I think the chances are increasing,” she told Bloomberg Television anchor Trish Regan on Thursday, adding that a recent IAEA report found Iran was continuing to…

Parody video: Romney reveals all of his future gaffes

Tired of having his gaffes dominate the news cycle, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney decided to unveil all of the misstatements he plans to make before the November elections in a parody video created by Jest.com. His planned gaffes include, “at this point, Native Americans are no more native than…

LIVE BLOG AND VIDEO: Romney accepts nomination at Republican convention

The Republican National Convention entered its final stretch of speeches on Thursday, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney slated to officially accept the Republican nomination for president. Other featured Republican speakers include Florida Rep. Connie Mack, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Rep. Sean Duffy, Olympians Kim Rhode, Mike Eurizione…

Catholic newspaper scrubs interview after priest says children are ‘seducers’

A Catholic newspaper has removed an interview from their website in which a priest said that pedophiles are seduced by children in “a lot of the cases” and the abusers should not go to jail. During an interview with National Catholic Register, 78-year-old Father Benedict Groeschel was asked about his…

Schultz and Maddow pound Scott Walker on Paul Ryan’s auto-plant lie

In this slow-burner of a clip from Wednesday night’s MSNBC coverage of the Republican National Convention, Wisconsin’s Gov. Scott Walker (R) found himself caught in the crossfire between two of the sharpest political commentators on television, “Ed Show” host Ed Schultz and Rachel Maddow, host of “The Rachel Maddow Show.”…

Chuck Todd: ‘Democrats wish they had the diversity’ of Republicans

NBC Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd on Thursday suggested that Democrats “wish they had the diversity” that the GOP was showcasing at this year’s Republican National Convention. During a discussion on MSNBC about vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s Wednesday night speech, host Joe Scarborough noted that far fewer Republicans…

Calif. cop likely to face charges for bodyslamming handcuffed nurse

The Los Angeles police officer pictured in a video released this week showing law enforcement personnel bodyslamming a handcuffed nurse into the ground twice will likely face criminal charges once an internal investigation concludes, a former LAPD deputy commissioner said Thursday. Video surfaced of the assault endured by Michelle Jordan, 34,…

Watch live: New Orleans mayor updates on Hurricane Isaac cleanup

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and city officials held a press conference on Thursday to provide a general update on the city’s cleanup efforts in the wake of Hurricane Isaac. Watch live, broadcast on MSNBC on Aug. 30. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Romney adviser: Ryan ‘didn’t talk about Obama closing the plant’

Eric Fehrnstrom, Mitt Romney’s senior campaign adviser, is denying that Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan suggested that President Barack Obama was to blame for a GM plant that was shut down while President George W. Bush was still in office. Ryan’s Wednesday night convention speech has been blasted by…

Herman Cain admits Romney’s welfare attack is wrong

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain finally admitted on Wednesday night that Mitt Romney’s welfare attack ad is false. But even for Comedy Central host Jon Stewart, that admission took some wrangling. In part three (below) of an interview that went well into overtime, Stewart continually pressed Cain on whether…

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