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Fox contributor: ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protesters are uneducated, potentially violent

Fox News is continuing to make fun of the Occupy Wall Street protesters. On America Live Monday morning, host Martha MacCallum asked The Wall Street Journal‘s Stephen Moore his opinions on certain protesters explaining why they were down there. Suffice to say, Moore was not in solidarity with the movement.…

Andy Rooney’s ’60 Minutes’ farewell

“Not many people in this world are as luck as I’ve been,” “60 Minutes” commentator Andy Rooney said in his farewell address Sunday night. The essay was his 1,097th of his 34-year stint with CBS. Rooney is 92 years old, and has said that while he is giving up his…

Watch live: ‘Take Back the American Dream 2011′

On Monday the “Take Back the American Dream 2011” conference began in Washington, D.C. Billed as part of a middle class uprising against corporate dominance of U.S. government policies, the conference is being supported by many left-leaning groups and labor unions as a way to workshop ideas on how average…

Newspapers to disappear by 2040: UN agency chief

Newspapers will disappear and be replaced by digital versions by 2040, the UN intellectual property agency’s chief said in an interview published on Monday. Francis Gurry, who heads the World Intellectual Property Organisation told the daily La Tribune de Geneve that “in a few years, there will no longer be printed newspapers as we know it today.” “It’s…

Beloved curmudgeon Rooney bids TV farewell

Andy Rooney, the most beloved curmudgeon in US broadcasting, had the last word for the last time on “60 Minutes”, foregoing his signature crankiness for a spot of sentimentality. “I’ve done a lot of complaining here, but of all the things I’ve complained about, I can’t complain about my life,”…

“Arrested Development” returning to TV for mini-season

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – The Bluths are back. At least, that’s what Mitch Hurwitz said on Sunday. Speaking alongside former cast members of the long-canceled Fox comedy “Arrested Development” at the New Yorker Festival, the creator/executive producer said the show will return for a mini-season of nine or 10 episodes…

Hayes guest on Christie: The ‘obviously least racist’ GOP candidate

While discussing how GOP voters haven’t been enamored by the current candidates in their field, Up with Chris Hayes panel guest Rinku Sen brought up an interesting point if Chris Christie were to actually enter the race. The publisher of ColorLines.com mentioned how the New Jersey governor is one of…

British researchers discover ‘world’s most catchy songs’

Researchers at the University of London found the elements of a song that make them a singalong hit and have declared Queen’s We are the Champions as the world’s catchiest song. The key elements to a catchy song are: long and detailed musical phrases, multi-pitch changes in a song’s “hook”,…

Video of Occupy Wall Street protesters at Brooklyn Bridge

Video has emerged of the nearly 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested at the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday evening. WATCH: Video from Youtube, which appeared on October 1, 2011.…

Roman Polanski on child sex case: 33 years of regret

ZURICH — Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski says he has regretted having sex with a teenage girl in 1977 ever since, in his first interview since spending months in a Swiss prison over the sensational case. “I have regretted it for 33 years, of course I regret it,” the Franco-Polish filmmaker…

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