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Obama to Military: I'm 'Fighting' For You Against Irresponsible Congress

In a special video message (below) to members of the military, President Obama turned political when communicating to American troops who's to blame for the impasse over Obamacare and the funding of the federal government. The president told our troops that he is fighting for them against congress who has not fulfilled their responsibility: Oct 1, 2013 4:29 AM PT

San Fran Thieves Target TV News Crews; Stations Hire Armed Security

The incident is the latest in a string of incidents involving TV crews in the bay area. The Guardian details one particularly brazen episode when viewers actually saw a camera confiscation during a live report: "a KPIX crew was filming outside a school in Oakland at noon and were live on air when five men descended on them and grabbed the camera from their tripod." Sep 30, 2013 4:32 AM PT

Seymour Hersh: Raid on Bin Laden Compound 'One Big Lie'

Journalist Seymour Hersh, who called Republicans terrorists long before Dan Pfeiffer ever did, tells the Guardian that the events surrounding the US Navy Seal's raid on Osama bin Laden have never truly been investigated or reported on and what the world has been told by the Obama Administration has been "one big lie." Sep 30, 2013 3:35 AM PT

Zuckerberg Admits Facebook Not Cool

"People assume that we’re trying to be cool. It’s never been my goal. I’m the least cool person there is! We’re almost 10 years old so we’re definitely not a niche thing any more so that kind of angle for coolness is done for us." Sep 20, 2013 4:55 AM PT

Rush: Going to Satellite Would Be Betrayal of Radio Affiliates

Limbaugh said that he is often asked if he would follow broadcasters like Howard Stern, Chris Russo and Dr. Laura Schlessinger by taking a huge payout for taking his show to the subscription-only satellite radio outlet, SiriusXM. Limbaugh said such a move would be a "betrayal" to the radio stations who stood by him over the past quarter century. reports: Sep 19, 2013 11:43 AM PT

Report: Obama Consulted NY Times Editors, Columnists on Syria Strategy

What influenced President Obama's mercurial decision on military intervention in Syria? According to Michael Calderone, it may have been the editors and op-ed writers at the New York Times. Calderone confirms that President Obama had an off-the-record meeting with Times editor Andy Rosenthal, members of the editorial board, and opinion columnists David Brooks, Gail Collins and Ross Douthat. The meeting took place on on August 29, the day before he reversed course and decided to postpone military intervention. Sep 19, 2013 4:44 AM PT

Survey: Blue Staters Trust Al Jazeera America More Than Red Staters

Respondents from Washington, D.C. were by far the most likely to perceive Al Jazeera America as objective (40%), while those from South Carolina were the least likely (5%). Groups by region, respondents from New England were the most likely to perceive Al Jazeera America as objective (22%), and respondents from the Plains region were the least likely (13%). Sep 13, 2013 4:55 AM PT

Weiner Flips-Off Reporters After Election Defeat

So how does Weiner react to this defeat? What does he do after the embarrassment of Sydney Leathers, his former on-line paramour, crashing his "victory" party? After the resounding rejection of his fellow New Yorkers on this night that he had hoped would be his triumphant return to national prominence? He makes an obscene gesture to reporters (and the world) as he drives away into the sunset: Sep 11, 2013 3:58 AM PT

Matt Lauer Attacks Media For 'Lazy' Reporting

Today Show host Matt Lauer has lashed out at the media for negative reporting on his conflicts with former co-host Ann Curry. Lauer's harsh words appear in the latest issue of Esquire where the NBC star gave an extensive interview: Sep 11, 2013 3:02 AM PT

Tapper: 'I Don't Like Agreeing With Assad, But He's Right'

CNN's Jake Tapper grilled deputy national security adviser, Tony Blinken Monday over Bashar al-Assad's assertion that the Obama administration had "no evidence" that the Syrian government had ordered a chemical attack last month. Sep 10, 2013 10:26 AM PT

Obama Snubs Univision

When he needed their votes, President Obama was more than willing to go to the Univision studios for a special forum appealing to the Latino vote. But now that he's president and a major international crisis is brewing over chemical weapons use in Syria, the president just doesn't have time for the nation's largest bilingual television station. Sep 10, 2013 3:47 AM PT


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