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David Axelrod: 'Perry Indictment Looks Pretty Sketchy'

Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a grand jury Friday for using his budget powers to force the removal of a District Attorney arrested last year in a humiliating and very public drunk driving incident. Saturday morning, however, Perry finds himself with the unlikeliest of defenders. Using his Twitter account, David Axelrod, a senior aide and confidante to President Obama, wrote: "Unless he was demonstrably trying to scrap the ethics unit for other than his stated reason, Perry indictment seems pretty sketchy." Aug 16, 2014 7:03 AM PT

Box Office: 'Expendables,' 'Let's Be Cops, 'Giver' Open Soft

Three newcomers failed to do much at this weekend's box office. "Expendables 3," "Let's Be Cops," and "The Giver" all failed to crack $20 million or jump ahead of their older competition. In week two, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" held on to first place again. Another $26 million will bring its total to $125 million. The reboot is a bona fide hit and naturally a sequel is already in the works. Aug 16, 2014 6:21 AM PT

'Let's Be Cops' Review: Diverting Is Not Enough

The cogs in the wheel of the plot that turn to get these guys into LAPD uniforms is actually pretty efficient. Everything else is pretty much boilerplate. Naturally, our fake cops get in over their heads with real bad guys and lie to The Love Interest (a fetching Nina Dobrev) and ultimately learn some life lessons. Overall, "Let's Be Cops" is just an exercise in wasting a promising concept. Aug 15, 2014 2:22 PM PT

'The Expendables 3' Review: Best of the Bunch

For some reason (maybe because of that damned shaky-cam) 2010's "Expendables" hasn't worn very well -- and all I remember about 2012's "Expendables 2" is Chuck Norris popping up at odd times. "Expendables 3" is a major improvement over its predecessors and could have easily worked as a standalone. The story is impressively structured, the cast plays it straight, and the climax is a tremendously entertaining shot of action adrenaline. Aug 15, 2014 1:04 PM PT

'The Giver' Review: Moving Cautionary Tale of America's Slippery-Slope Towards 'Utopia'

Deceptively packaged as a young-adult sci-fi adventure, director Phillip Noyce's "The Giver" is in reality a beautiful tribute to individualism, the human spirit and the sanctity of life. Based on Lois Lowry's 1993 novel, the author's allegorical warning about a society that chooses to be protected from conflict, hurt feelings, grief, and fear in exchange for a piece of our soul, is even more urgent 20 years on. Aug 15, 2014 10:42 AM PT

CNN: Chuck Todd Replacing David Gregory This Sunday on 'Meet the Press'

CNN is reporting that as soon as today, Thursday afternoon, NBC News will announce that David Gregory is out as host of "Meet the Press" and Chuck Todd will be his replacement. Gregory is apparently already gone and will not even host the show this coming Sunday. Aug 14, 2014 10:47 AM PT

Book Tour Costs Hillary Big Leads Over Potential GOP Rivals

After a book tour and summer season of gaffes, missteps and backtracks during her clumsy book tour, a new poll shows that Hillary Clinton's once-insurmountable lead over her potential GOP 2016 presidential contenders has slipped considerably. The former Secretary of State is also below 50% for the first time. Aug 14, 2014 10:09 AM PT

Video: Ferguson Cops Tear Gas Al Jazeera News Crew

If at first you watch this video recorded in Ferguson, MO, last night and want to give cops the benefit of the doubt, their actions afterward back up the suspicion that the teargas canister was in fact meant to disburse the Al Jazeera camera crew. Aug 14, 2014 8:10 AM PT

Garcetti Expects $400 Million In Hollywood Corporate Welfare

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti returned from a trip to Sacramento and announced that he expects somewhere around $400 in corporate welfare for Hollywood to be approved by the state legislature. Currently, Hollywood enjoys $100 million corporate welfare. Since taking office, the Mayor has been lobbying to increase this redistribution of wealth from the everyday working class to Tinseltown's Top 1%. Aug 14, 2014 7:10 AM PT

Arrested WaPo Reporter Slams Scarborough for 'Sipping His Starbucks Smugly'

Wesley Lowery, the Washington Post reporter briefly arrested Wednesday night in Ferguson, MO, while covering the civil unrest that followed the police shooting of Michael Brown, slammed Joe Scarborough as "smug" after the MSNBC host criticized him and another arrested reporter for not doing what the police asked. Aug 14, 2014 6:07 AM PT

Democrat Poll: McConnell Surges, Up 5 Over Grimes

Just last month, Democrat pollster Public Policy Polling (PPP) showed Kentucky Democrat Allison Grimes up 2 points over incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell. A new PPP poll released Tuesday shows a McConnell surge of 7 points. The Republican is now up 5 points, 47% to 42%. Aug 13, 2014 1:02 PM PT

Shadow Campaign: Handful of Activists Responsible for Anti-Limbaugh Crusade

In a wide-ranging interview with All Access, Clear Channel Networks president Darren Davis claims that after an exhaustive investigation into the social media campaign against talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh and his advertisers, they found that 70% of the attacks were coming from just 10 highly organized individuals. Aug 13, 2014 11:23 AM PT

Hollywood Tries to Save Senate for Democrats

With the United States Senate looking more and more like it will fall into Republican hands next year, the usual-usuals in Hollywood are pouring thousands of dollars into campaign coffers in the hopes of turning it around. Aug 13, 2014 10:05 AM PT


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