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Al Qaeda number two killed in Pakistan: U.S. official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number two leader of al Qaeda, Atiyah abd al-Rahman, was killed on August 22 in Pakistan, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Saturday. Powered by Mochila…

Raw Video: NC Fishing Pier Partially Collapses

Hurricane Irene’s force is felt in North Carolina, as a pier almost collapses after getting hit by strong winds. WATCH: Video from the Associated Press, from August 27, 2011.…

Raw Video: NC Fishing Pier Partially Collapses

Hurricane Irene’s force is felt in North Carolina, as a pier almost collapses after getting hit by strong winds. WATCH: Video from the Associated Press, from August 27, 2011.…

Beckel calls out co-host Bolling for Irene ‘Obama shot’

Bob Beckel called out co-host Eric Bolling on Fox’s The Five Friday afternoon after the conservative took a quick jab at President Obama still being on vacation before Hurricane Irene hit. “Leave it up to you to turn this hurricane into an Obama shot,” Beckel said. Later in the segment,…

Beckel calls out co-host Bolling for Irene ‘Obama shot’

Bob Beckel called out co-host Eric Bolling on Fox’s The Five Friday afternoon after the conservative took a quick jab at President Obama still being on vacation before Hurricane Irene hit. “Leave it up to you to turn this hurricane into an Obama shot,” Beckel said. Later in the segment,…

Hurricane Irene surges ashore in North Carolina

Hurricane Irene blasted ashore at Cape Lookout, North Carolina on Saturday, a weakened but still massive category one storm on track to batter major US cities. Sustained winds of 85 miles (140 kilometers) an hour lashed coastal areas as Irene made landfall near the southern end of a chain of…

WATCH LIVE: FEMA press conference on Hurricane Irene

Watch Live Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Anti-gay Puerto Rican senator accused of posting naked pics on gay social app

A Puerto Rico senator has become the latest politician placed into controversy after allegedly posting sexual photos of himself online. Senator Robert Arango, who was the Vice Chairman of George W.Bush and Dick Cheney’s Puerto Rico re-election committee in 2004, has been supposedly identified by the Puerto Rican TV show…

Poll suggests Americans starting to blame GOP for gridlock

A new AP-GfK poll contains some bad news for the Republican Party. Americans may be thoroughly disgusted with Congress — whose approval is down to an all-time low of 12% — but they increasingly blame the Republicans more than the Democrats for the legislative body’s failures. According to Justin Sink…

Missouri judge blocks teacher-student Facebook ban

KANSAS CITY, Mo (Reuters) – A Missouri judge on Friday blocked a pending state law that would prevent teachers and students from communicating privately over the Internet on social media sites such as Facebook. Cole County Circuit Court Judge Jon Beetem agreed to a request by the Missouri State Teachers…

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