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Megyn Kelly Closes In On $10+ Million Book Deal

In the wake of her feud with Republican Frontrunner Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly’s mainstream celebrity continues to rise. Deadline reports that the Fox News primetime anchor and HarperCollins will soon sign a deal worth $10 million-plus for a memoir that will publish this fall, just as the presidential general election heats up.

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Media Pay Homage to Trayvon Martin on 21st Birthday. Here’s the Real Story.

On Friday, Trayvon Martin’s name began trending again on Twitter. It’s been four years since Martin was killed by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida – and today was Martin’s birthday. That meant that the media took the opportunity to reinforce the myth of St. Trayvon of the Blessed Hoodie, victim of brutal white racism. So, here’s the real Trayvon Martin story.

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton

Debate Ratings: Bernie & Hillary’s MSNBC Show Bombs

The first debate with only Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders (Martin O’Malley suspended his campaign after getting wiped out in Iowa) was a ratings bust. With just a 3.3 rating, Thursday night’s MSNBC debate was not only the lowest of

Ted Cruz

The Definitive Timeline: Cruz-Carson-CNN Controversy

A spokesperson for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told Breitbart News Wednesday that the e-mail Cruz staff sent to their supporters in Iowa about Dr. Ben Carson’s “big announcement” had referred to his speech at Thursday’s National Prayer Breakfast.

Nayeri Hosssein

Homeless Man Catches Escapee After Photo on Drudge Report

A homeless man named Matthew Hay-Chapman may receive $140,000 in reward money after recognizing dangerous jail escapees whose photos he first saw on the Drudge Report. The two escapees–Hossein Nayeri and Jonathan Tieu–had been on the loose since January 22.

La Opinión

La Opinión: Marco Rubio Is a ‘Republican Obama’

Wednesday’s cover of La Opinión, the nation’s largest daily Spanish-language newspaper, prominently portrays donor-class favorite Sen. Marco Rubio with the infamous “hope and change” imagery that defined Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

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Digital First Media to Bid Against Tribune for OC Register

The Digital First Media (DFM) conglomerate, which controls 800 multi-platform newspaper and media information products, announced that it is interested in bidding against the Tribune Corporation, which owns the Los Angeles Times, for control of the bankrupt Orange County Register newspaper. The owner

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‘Journalists Orchestrating Events to Make Israel Look Bad’

The Jerusalem Post reports: Lawmakers and an IDF representative accused journalists of orchestrating events to make Israel look bad, during a Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee discussion Tuesday of violent incidents between security forces and the press. “With all the importance of the press in a democratic country,” MK Moti Yogev (Bayit Yehudi) began, “we cannot get confused and must always give priority to the IDF’s operational freedom of action, because they are acting to save lives.”