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Social networking top online activity in U.S.

US Internet users are spending nearly a quarter of their online time at blogs and social networks, with Facebook the most popular destination, according to a survey released by Nielsen. “Social media’s popularity continues to grow, connecting people with just about everything they watch and buy,” Nielsen said in a…

Anonymous suspected of bringing down Talking Points Memo

Update: TPM’s Josh Marshall confirms attack Update 2: TPM posts statement on the attack Update 3: Service returned to TPM as of 1 p.m. ET. Here’s publisher Josh Marshall’s explanation of what happened. On Friday morning, the political website Talking Points Memo posted mug shots of several individuals arrested for…

The top 5 Republican hypocrites on immigration

With the 2012 election on the horizon and Republicans scrambling to prove their conservative credentials, it can’t be long until at least one of them jumps on immigration as the hot, new issue to capture right-wing voters. But for some top Republicans, tackling immigration has a downside: their own hypocrisy.…

Top 5 signs Newt Gingrich is still running for president

While former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was one of the first Republicans to officially announce his candidacy for the White House and was certainly the first-to be glitter-bombed, the leader of the Republican Revolution doesn’t seem to be leading much, lately. He certainly isn’t leading the polls: According to the…

Fox Sports cancels show over Asian criticism

LOS ANGELES — Fox Sports has canceled a college sports program and apologized to Asians after a video report on the show was criticized for making fun of Asian students’ accents and knowledge. In “The College Experiment” segment, filmed on the University of Southern California (USC) campus, a presenter questions…

Pols take paid speaking engagements in support of Iranian terror group

An Iranian political group designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization is offering large payments to orators willing to speak at events on their behalf. Among those with connections to the organization, Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), are Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s chief foreign policy adviser and liberal politician…

Flash game lets players gun down Palin, Bachmann, Fox News hosts

In a new free-to-play online game that’s sure to worry as many on the left as on the right, players are sent on a mission to kill “tea party zombies,” Fox News anchors, Republican politicians, lobbyists and even activists, using weapons like machine guns, shotguns, crowbars and machetes. Though entirely…

Ex. News Corp bosses say they investigated hacking

LONDON (Reuters) – News Corp did all it could to investigate a claim in 2007 that phone hacking was widespread at its News of the World tabloid before concluding there was no evidence to support it, a former human resources executive said on Tuesday. Daniel Cloke, who was in charge…

D.Telekom could miss fee if AT&T deal fails: source

FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Deutsche Telekom AG could miss out on a multi-billion dollar break fee if regulatory hurdles cause the failure of its $39 billion deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T , a person familiar with the matter said. “There are a number of options under which the (break fee)…

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