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AP: Holder Approves Subpoenas of Phone Records

The AP reports that according to the Justice Department's own rules, subpoenas of records involving news organizations must be "personally approved," by the Attorney General, Eric Holder. May 13, 2013 2:11 PM PT

'Today' Host to Marry Longtime Democrat Operative

The warm fuzzies were everywhere as "Today" co-host Savannah Guthrie announced on-the-air that she was officially engaged to her boyfriend of four years, Mike Feldman -- a longtime Democratic operative. May 13, 2013 1:38 PM PT

Time's Joe Klein Walks Back Obama/IRS Criticism

Looks as though Joe Klein is back on the Narrative Plantation. After blistering the Obama Administration over revelations that the IRS was targeting conservative groups, today Klein took his marching orders from Ezra Klein and publicly walked it all way back. May 13, 2013 12:36 PM PT

'Terminal Spying' Began On Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Watch

Winkler's editorial admits that the spying began on Mayor Michael Bloomberg's watch. Bloomberg, of course, is the founder of the Bloomberg empire that thus far has made him a billionaire 25 times over. After he became mayor of New York in 2001, Bloomberg kept his financial stake in the company but stopped running the day-to-day operations. So what exactly did Mayor Bloomberg know and when did he know it? May 13, 2013 8:25 AM PT

'One Hour Photo' (2002) Bluray Review: Creepy, Effective Thriller -- Wonderful Extras

"One Hour Photo" is brilliantly shot and edited down to a lean, mean 96 minutes. The plotting is a machine of efficiency. The screw of suspense is tightened with such precision throughout that by the time the climax hits you hardly realize you’re not breathing. The climax is also first-rate -- one of those unexpected endings that is the opposite of contrived. May 11, 2013 8:49 AM PT

Even Now, Washington Post's Libya Coverup Continues

n a major front page piece examining Friday's events, the Post ignores the fact that the Administration lied about its extensive involvement in the editing of the CIA talking points until the 13th paragraph. May 11, 2013 6:46 AM PT

'The Impossible' (2012) Review: Harrowing, Moving Family Drama

It's 2004 and Maria and Henry Bennett (Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor) are enjoying an idyllic  Christmas holiday with their three young sons at an Oceanside resort in Thailand. The day is as beautiful as the brochure promised until, without warning, a Tsunami hits like something out of an Irwin Allen movie. Only this isn't a movie. The Tsunami really happened, over 230,000 people died, and "The Impossible" is based on the true story of this family. May 10, 2013 2:39 PM PT

BuzzFeed's Ben Smith Explains Motive Behind White House Libya Coverup

BuzzFeed's Ben Smith: "This was them trying to save face after something terrible had happened; and to try to prevent the -- what looks to be -- accurate perception that they had not been careful enough in Benghazi -- that they had been sloppy, they had ignored warnings." May 10, 2013 10:11 AM PT

Report: Tabloid TV Editor To Be Named NBC News President

The floundering and willfully dishonest enterprise that is NBC News has apparently found its replacement for the disgraced Steve Capus. According to The New York Times, Deborah Turness, the current head of Britains ITV News, will become the next president of NBC News and the first woman to run a television news division. May 10, 2013 9:25 AM PT

BBC Apologizes for Benghazi Coverage: Hillary In Trouble, 'Heads Will Roll'

"There's little doubt in my mind that this will haunt Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for president, unless she executes some pretty fancy footwork. State department spokesperson Victoria Nuland is directly implicated, and the fingerprints of senior White House aides Ben Rhodes and Jay Carney are there as well." May 10, 2013 8:22 AM PT


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