Full Segment: Alyona talks with Michael Hastings about his new book, which details the dizzying twists and turns of the President Obama's last campaign.
Conservative judge, Robert Bork, died early this morning at the age of 85. He was best known for his controversial Supreme Court nomination in 1987.
The community sounds off with Ahmed about the California Governor Jerry Brown calling limits on immigration enforcement 'flawed.'
Anjeanette Damon, senior politics editor for the Las Vegas Sun talks about Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval's decision to back Obamacare medicaid expansion, making him the first republican to do so.
Full Segment: The HuffPost community joins us to discuss the outrage over the NY Post cover, new AP guidelines and the technology behind 'The Hobbit.'
Some people don't have the best luck with technology and fake realities.
Two days after the US embassy in Libya was attacked, unrest and protests are spreading across the regin. Ahmed and Josh speak to community members across the region.
Abby chats with our community about Marco Rubio's trip to Iowa.
Two Southland dogs share an inseparable bond. One is blind, and the other is his guide. Both need a new home.
Animal welfare workers say Isaac and Isabella were found together wondering the streets of San Bernardino County on Monday.
Isaac is a blind Husky, and Isabella his spunky small Terrier mix friend also serves as his seeing eye dog.
In the past four years, JPMorgan has paid over $16 billion in fines, settlements and lawsuits. Once heralded as the 'safest' bank, is JPM the new bad guy of banking? Managing Director of Graham Fisher and Co. Joshua Rosner and Finance and Economics Editor at The Guardian Heidi Moore join Marc to discuss.
'The Place Beyond The Pines' director Derek Cianfrance joins HuffPost Live discusses how Ryan Gosling did all of his own stunts in his new movie.
Antibiotic resistance is increasing. We talk with a woman who has survived MRSA after 7 surgeries.
Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez is looking forward to making a sentimental visit to his old stomping ground on Sunday (April 21), when the European champions take on his former club, Liverpool, in the Premier League. Benitez was in charge at Anfield from 2004-10, winning the Champions League in 2005 when Liverpool came back from 0-3 down against AC Milan to draw 3-3, then win on penalties. His family home is in the area.
The flights could resume within weeks, following required battery upgrades to ensure passenger safety.
We talk to HuffPost Politics Reporter Sabrina Siddiqui about Michele Bachmann's campaign being targeted by Credo Super PAC, George W. Bush's invitation snubs, and why a member of the GOP called Rush Limbaugh 'problematic.'
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