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Bloomberg Editor Quits after China Story Spiked

Bloomberg News editor Ben Richardson has left the company because one of his reporters, Michael Forsythe, wrote an investigative piece about higher-ups in China that was spiked by top editors for fear it would offend Chinese brass. Mar 25, 2014 1:32 AM PT

China Bans Obama-Mao T-Shirts for Michelle's Visit

Michelle Obama’s China trip with her two daughters and her mother is going swimmingly except that there is one item she simply cannot find- a T-shirt with an image of Barack Obama wearing a Mao hat. Mar 24, 2014 4:07 AM PT

Anti-EU, Anti-Immigrant French Conservatives Surge in Local Elections

France's far-right National Front party saw a resurgence on Sunday in the first round of local elections, damaging the chances of the ruling Socialist party in the process. The chief center-right UMP party took 47% of the vote; the Socialists gathered 38%, and the FN garnered 5%. Mar 24, 2014 3:39 AM PT

Obama Admin: Quiescent on Ukraine but Strident on Ugandan Gay Rights

If your country is invaded by Russia, with thousands of its troops occupying your homeland, don’t expect much from the Obama administration, but if you pass anti-gay laws, the Obama Administration will act faster than you can say “Uganda.” Mar 24, 2014 3:17 AM PT

Michigan Governor: State Not Recognizing Same-Sex Marriages Yet

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s office stated on Sunday that state agencies won't immediately recognize the huge number of same-sex marriages that were performed Saturday just before a federal appeals court delayed overturning the state's 2004 constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. Mar 24, 2014 3:07 AM PT

Dems Unite to Push Obamacare in Last-Ditch Effort

The White House, joined by Democratic senators and congressmen, is mounting a three-part effort to push for Obamacare enrollment in the last week before open enrollment ends. Mar 23, 2014 11:57 AM PT

St. Louis Police Officer Wins $7.5 Million in Sexual Harassment Case

Tanisha Ross-Paige, a former St. Louis police officer, won a staggering $7.5 million judgment from the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners through a sexual harassment claim. Her settlement may be the largest payout for such a case in Missouri history. Mar 23, 2014 11:53 AM PT

Dems Step Up Attacks on Koch Brothers

A concerted effort to attack the Koch brothers is being mounted by the Democratic Party in their desperate attempt to keep control of the Senate in 2014. Mar 23, 2014 6:44 AM PT

NY Has Highest Percentage of Illegal Cigarettes in U.S.

The state of New York now has something else to brag about: the state has the highest percentage of cigarettes smuggled in illegally in the country, according to a study from the Tax Foundation. Mar 23, 2014 5:51 AM PT

Obama's Threatens Daughters over Tattoos on Ellen Show

Barack Obama, appearing on Monday’s edition of Ellen, with Ellen Degeneres, made a curious threat to his daughters if they ever get tattoos- he and wife Michelle will get tattoos in the same spot as their daughters. Mar 21, 2014 2:43 AM PT


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