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“Codebreaker” returns to New York, Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco and screens for the first time in Galesburg, Illinois this Tuesday, April 9.
Rachel Maddow last night slammed the right wing media in a ten-minute long examination, and called their work “baldly false,” “babble,” “bull,” and an “infection.”
Bryan Fischer today told CNN’s Carol Costello that gays are Nazis in a discussion about “Mix It Up Day,” an opportunity to teach tolerance to children in schools.
Rachel Maddow talks with Ellen DeGeneres about politics, the debates, same-sex marriage, Clinton Eastwood’s chair, and gangnam style, among other issues.
NJ.com published a news report, blog post, and editorial about a display featuring an image of Barack Obama, naked, with a bone through his nose, to mixed reviews.
Sam Champion sat down with George Stephanopoulos and his other colleagues to discuss his coming out as gay and engagement to marry his fiancé, Rubem Robierb. (Video)
In 1969, Fred Rogers appeared before the United States Senate to support funding for PBS in response to significant proposed cuts by President Nixon.
Sam Champion, co-anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” announced at MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts’ wedding that he and his fiancé, Rubem Robierb, are getting married.
Fox News, in an indefensible headline, is suggesting Obama or his administration cooked the books because the unemployment numbers were extremely encouraging.
At last night’s 2012 GLAAD Amplifier Awards, hosted by Wilson Cruz, GLAAD gave JC Penney the top award for Advertising with the famous two dads ad as the winner.
The Drudge Report, home to the worst of the mainstream GOP and the Tea Party, tonight posted this image as its splash. What the hell does this even mean?
Fox News yesterday claimed President Obama spent the day talking with a pirate in the Oval Office rather than meet with Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Selectively-edited video pro James O’Keefe yesterday attacked real, actual journalists for the leaked video that exposed Mitt Romney’s “47%” comments.
Mitt Romney was a welcome guest on Fox News this afternoon to defend and explain the comments he made suggesting that 47% of Americans are dependent on government.
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