Senator Dianne Feinstein, who's been leading the charge in going after the White House for leaks is back on the Wikileaks attack. She wrote a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald.
Well today the mainstream media made it really easy on us. With two networks actually screwing up the Supreme Court Affordable Health Care Act. But beyond that, even when they got the decision right, they focused on politics instead of policy.
New York City's Mayor Bloomberg has announced that he has a new proposal to fight the constant battle with obesity, by banning the sales of large sugary drinks and sodas.
We often talk about the difference between the official unemployment numbers that are put out there, and the U6. The U6 measures not only those who are out of work, but also those who are marginally attached, and part time workers.
Today the Mainstream media is focusing on whether or not Romney over saw Bain capitals outsourcing.
The Affordable Health Care Act has been ruled constitutional, but people on the left and the right aren't too happy about it. And it has nothing to do with who will win the election in November.
Today is day two of three in the Bradley Manning pre-trial hearing. His defense asked the government to turn over damage assessment reports that resulted from the 2010 leaks that were posted on the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks.
Tonight on Monday Hangover, we'll talk foreign policy. The US has granted Afghanistan "special ally" status, so, what exactly does that mean? Esquire has taken a look at what they're calling, "Obama's lethal presidency.'
Tonight on our weekly Financial Checkup we’ll discuss everything from Jamie Dimon's love fest on the Hill this weekend, to Allen Stanford's conviction. Does it show us once again who pays, and who gets to keep playing?
The mainstream media will talk about the presidential election, and the women's vote and the Latino vote and the gay vote and the religious right all day long.
The situation in Syria only continues to deteriorate. The Red Cross has now officially labeled the conflict as a civil war.
Bradley Manning has already spent 765 days behind bars but at Fort Meade yesterday a one day pre-trail hearing for Manning brought about some new positive developments. Kristine discusses with Kevin Gosztola, civil liberties blogger for Firedoglake.
We'll revisit yet another hearing that JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon had on the Hill, only this time with the House. So, was there a difference in how he was treated in our two chambers of government?
Conservative shock jock Michael Savage reveres the Supreme Court. Except when he disagrees with its rulings. Then he attacks the court, like he did after it ruled the Affordable Care Act is constitutional.
With the Supreme Court ruling on Arizona's Immigration law SB 1070 there are a lot of questions to ask. They upheld some parts, while striking down others. So what does the ruling mean for immigrants in Arizona as well as around the country.
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