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Egypt Deports Medea Benjamin

After spending one night in Cairo Airport's detention cell, Code Pink's Medea Benjamin was deported to Turkey on Tuesday where she is hospitalized in Istanbul. Benjamin claims in a tweet early Tuesday that Egyptian authorities "broke" her arm during her detainment. She later said in a press release: Mar 4, 2014 5:23 PM PT

Code Pink's Medea Benjamin Jailed in Egypt

Code Pink's leader Medea Benjamin was stopped at the Cairo airport on Monday along with other U.S. women within her organization and placed in a detainment cell. The radical left wing anti-war group, known for its support of Hamas, was on its way to Gaza for International Women's Day 2014. Mar 3, 2014 6:27 PM PT

FL Dem Alex Sink Just Moved to District Where She's Campaigning

CLEARWATER, Florida--They say all politics is local, but Alex Sink, the Democratic Party’s hope to pick up a Congressional seat in Florida’s special election next Tuesday, only recently moved into the district in which she is running. Mar 3, 2014 3:15 PM PT

Obama to Romney in 2012 Debate: Cold War is Over (VIDEO)

Russian troops are likely to roll into Ukraine and Putin's armed forces have effectively seized control of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula on Saturday. President Obama promised more  "flexibility"  on negotiations with Russia to then Russian President Dimitry Medvedev in March of 2012 after the election, when discussing missile defense, but is this something the United States should have expected? Probably--Just ask Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney. Mar 1, 2014 10:17 AM PT

House Democrats Think Happy Thoughts About Midterm Elections

Senior House Democratic lawmakers may be dropping like flies, the dreaded “six year itch” may be on its way to wreak havoc for the party, and Obamacare may be a dead weight pulling President Obama's party underwater. But key congressional Democrats say they are optimistic their party can take back the House. Feb 28, 2014 1:20 AM PT

Religious Freedom Battles Go Beyond Arizona and Wedding Cakes

The religious liberties versus government battles began long before state legislature like Arizona began considering bills to protect business owners' religious freedoms or bake shops refused to make wedding cakes for same sex couples. Almost two years ago an uproar started among liberal city mayors when Chick fil a CEO Dan Cathy discussed with a news outlet that he supported traditional marriage. As a result of Cathy's personal stance on the issue, mayors in Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco declared that the the successful restaurant chain was not welcome in  their cities. Feb 27, 2014 11:51 AM PT

National Archives Remain A Sticking Point For Clintons

The Clinton White House has yet to release records, which remain sealed at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, even though the expiration date is long past due for legally releasing the documents. According to Politico: Feb 26, 2014 8:53 AM PT

CO Gov On 2016 Dem Primary: 'Always Room' For A Hillary Challenger

Touted as a long-shot contender for the Democratic presidential 2016 ticket, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper told reporters on Sunday that he believes that there’s “always room for more candidates” in the Democratic field other than Hillary Clinton.  Feb 24, 2014 5:35 PM PT

As House Page Congressman Dingell Hunted Rats 'nearly as big as dogs' In Capitol Basement

Rep. John Dingell (D - MI), the longest serving U.S. Congressman, announced his retirement on Monday. The 87 year old Democratic Congressman served 29 terms and also served as a House Page from 1938 to 1941 before running for his dad's seat 58 years ago. As one of the few members of Congress who participated in the recently ended House Page program, Dingell told Roll Call in 2006 that he hunted rats  “nearly as big as dogs” in the Capitol basement. In fact young "Jack" Dingell even kept a shotgun in his locker in the page school: Feb 24, 2014 8:19 AM PT

Capital One Bank Ended Contract With Alec Baldwin After Actor's Confrontation With Photog

Embattled Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin told the world he is leaving public life.  In a long essay posted on NY Magazine's Vulture.com, Baldwin revealed the public relations nightmare he went through in 2013 after being fired in November from MSNBC over accusations that he used a gay slur toward a photographer as well as claims from the network that he was difficult to work with. Baldwin defends himself as a target who was unfairly depicted as homophobic. Additionally, he criticizes MSNBC's Rachel Maddow for pushing for his firing at the cable network, calling her a "phony." Feb 24, 2014 4:51 AM PT

FCC Yanks Invasive Newsroom Questionnaire

The Federal Communication Commission announced it will no longer ask editors and reporters about their newsroom practices in a controversial questionnaire that critics ripped as invasive and having troublesome implications. Feb 21, 2014 12:58 PM PT

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