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Michael Jackson Superbowl Halftime Performance 1993

Still reeling from the Black Eyed Peas’ lackluster performance during Super Bowl 2011? Here’s a look back at a classic half time by the King of Pop himself, circa 1993. Michael Jackson Super Bowl XXVII (half-time show) Uploaded by iambells07. – Watch more music videos, in HD!…

Egyptian prime minister: Arrest of journalists ‘not intended’

Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq seemed to feign surprise Sunday when he was told that journalists and human rights activists had been arrested at anti-government protests in his country. This video is from CNN’s State of the Union, broadcast Feb. 6, 2011. Watch this video on iPhone/iPad…

Georgia Republican’s bill would reclassify rape victims as ‘accusers’

When is a rape victim legally a victim of rape? According to a Georgia state representative, the term “victim” should be applied only after the accused has been convicted. State Rep. Bobby Franklin (R-Marietta) recently introduced a bill mandating that not only victims of rape be re-classified as “accusers,” but victims of stalking,…

Bachmann changes mind on cuts to veterans’ benefits

Tea party icon Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) backed off her controversial plan to cut federal spending for veterans’ benefits. Her $4.5 billion proposed cut to the Veterans’ Administration “received a lot of attention and I have decided that it should be removed from consideration,” Bachmann said in an advisory Friday.…

Unemployed US war veterans reaches new record high, labor report says

WASHINGTON – More than 15 percent of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans were unemployed in January, far higher than the national jobless rate and the highest since the government began collecting data on veterans in 2005, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Friday. That rate could go even higher…

Obama urged entrepreneurial focus on America

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama on Saturday urged entrepreneurs to focus on the needs of America and “make their mark.” “If we make America the best place to do business, businesses should make their mark in America,” the President said in his weekly radio address. “They should set up shop here,…

Obama calls on business to do more to boost US

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama called on U.S. businesses on Saturday to do more to boost the economy by hiring more workers and making investments. The government has an obligation to make the United States the best place to do business, by providing the best schools, incentives to innovate…

Jury finds bikini barista owner guilty of too much skin

SEATTLE (Reuters) – The naked truth is that in one Washington State city, it just got more difficult to serve coffee with a side of bare skin. A jury in Yakima on Friday found the owner of the Dreamgirls Expresso stand guilty of violating the city’s indecent exposure ordinance for…

19-year-old Zach Wahls defends marriage equality

Speaking to the Iowa House of Representatives, 19-year-old Zach Wahls gave an impassioned speech defending marriage equality and his two mothers. Though his words were compelling, the lawmakers still voted in favor of ending civil unions in the state.…

Keith Olbermann bids farewell to MSNBC

MSNBC news anchor Keith Olbermann gives his last sign-off on the network after his contract was not extended. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

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