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'The Mask of Dimitrios' (1940) Review: Lorre and Greenstreet Together Again

One of the great unheralded screen duos of Hollywood's Golden Era was Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet, two character actors who made a total of nine films together between 1941 and 1946. The most famous of these pairings are the first two, "The Maltese Falcon" (1941) and "Casablanca" (1942), in which both men played memorable supporting roles. May 23, 2013 11:02 AM PT

Weiner: I Hope 'Ideas Penetrate'

If Weiner wants to penetrate, he's going to have to stiffen and harden his resolve to overcome liabilities beyond the puns. Weiner can't promise more lewd photos might not dribble out, nor can he reassure voters that all the girls he sexted with are of age. May 23, 2013 9:44 AM PT

Cuomo Flogs Weiner: 'Shame On Us' If We Elect Him

Democrats are obviously not happy with the idea of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner running for mayor of New York City. In an editorial meeting with some local newspapers, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said "shame on us," if Weiner is elected. May 23, 2013 8:26 AM PT

Politico Reporter: Gitmo a 'Tar Baby' For Obama

POLITICO'S LOIS ROMANO: "His then-counsel, Greg Craig, was pushing to close Guantanamo; he set a date that they couldn't meet, and it ended up being a really bad political tar baby for him." May 23, 2013 7:44 AM PT

Weekly Ratings: Fox News 3rd, CNN 29th, MSNBC 33rd

The Fox News Channel continues to obliterate the competition, not just among its cable news competitors, but in all cable. Out of the 94 cable channel measured by Nielsen, Fox News was ranked third in what is known as "total day" and in primetime last week. Only TNT and the USA Network had more viewers. May 23, 2013 6:20 AM PT

Media Fail: Obama Approval Dips Below 50 In Four Polls

Coming out of the weekend, after a brutal week for their president, the media held tight to a little lifeboat in an ocean of bad news: Polls from CNN and The Washington Post had Obama's approval rating at 53% and 50%, respectively. But Monday was a lifetime and countless revelations ago, and today, four newer polls all show Obama's approval rating sinking below 50%. May 22, 2013 10:31 AM PT

IRS's Own Internal Investigation Ended 6 Months Before Election, Hidden From Congress

In a startling exchange Wednesday during the IRS hearings before the House Oversight and Reform Committee, America learned that the IRS knew in May of 2012 that its employees were targeting conservative organizations with paralyzing harassment and Kafka-esque audits. Although the IRS knew this, they did not report this information to Congress. May 22, 2013 8:08 AM PT

New York Times: Obama Leak Investigations 'Chilling,' 'Threatening'

At least when it comes to the overreaching Department of Justice leak investigations, President Obama has finally lost one of his biggest fans, The New York Times. In a Wednesday editorial written by the full editorial board, the Times said it was a threat "to fundamental freedoms of the press to gather news" when the Obama administration labeled a Fox News reporter a "co-conspirator" in a criminal investigation. May 22, 2013 6:09 AM PT

'Command Decision' (1948) Review: A Wartime Masterpiece

"Command Decision" serves up a half-dozen military archetypes and explores the humanity behind them: The tough-as-nails commander (Gable), the politicking general (Pidgeon), the career climber (a fantastic Brian Donlevy), the above-it-all scrounger (Van Johnson), and even the sanctimonious journalist (Charles Bickford). And that's the genius of the story. May 21, 2013 3:13 PM PT

BuzzFeed Staffer: Ted Cruz 'Latino In Name Only'

Using her Twitter feed, BuzzFeed staffer Aswini Anburajan lashed out at Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for not being left-wing enough when it comes to immigration. Anbuarajan not only knocked the Senator's chances at becoming president due to his stand on "immig and benefits," she attacked Cruz racially, declaring him a LINO, or Latin In Name Only. May 21, 2013 1:08 PM PT

Top IRS Official to Plead Fifth

Tuesday afternoon a bombshell was dropped into the already explosive IRS scandal when it was reported that Lois Lerner, a top IRS official in the non-profit division that paralyzed Tea Party groups with ongoing harassment, would invoke the Fifth Amendment. May 21, 2013 12:49 PM PT

Outgoing Chief Admits IRS Targeting 'Partisan'

During his testimony today, outgoing IRS chief Steven Miller not only stopped objecting to the use of the word "targeting," but seemed to agree with Burr that the targeting was in fact partisan. May 21, 2013 10:04 AM PT

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