Saying sorry isn't always enough.
Shortly after MSNBC announced it would indefinitely suspend political analyst Mark Halperin for calling President Obama a "d---" on live television Thursday, the commentariat took to the web to argue the merits of the punishment.
CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez revealed Thursday night that he is fighting cancer after having a tumor removed in Cuba, but assured his countrymen that he is doing well as he sought to cool growing questions about his health and ability to govern.
Chavez said in… Continue
In an attempt to offset another surge in gas prices, President Obama has called for a release of 30 million barrels of oil from the U.S.'s emergency reserves.
Oil and gas prices are expected to increase due to lost oil supplies caused by troubles in the Middle East and North Africa, and more… Continue
Last week, rapper Lupe Fiasco told CBS News that he finds President Barack Obama to be "the biggest terrorist." The comment came as a shock to many. However, in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX, Prodigy of Mobb Deep says he shares Lupe's sentiments. "I would have to agree with him," Prodigy states in the upcoming… Continue
Prodigy says he want Republican candidate Ron Paul to win the 2012 election, and that he doesn't believe bin Laden's dead.
Political action group We Are Change recently caught up Prodigy of Mobb Deep to discuss his often incendiary political opinions. P explained that it was the… Continue
President Obama decided Wednesday not to release "gruesome" death photos of Osama Bin Laden with a gaping gunshot wound through his forehead.
"Given the graphic nature of the photos, it would create a a national security risk," Obama told CBS' "60 Minutes." "We don't need to to… Continue
Vice President Biden was caught on camera dozing off for the better part of a minute during President Obama's much-hyped deficit speech Wednesday.
Biden's eyes were firmly closed and his head bobbed several times - often the tell-tale signs of a good snooze.
While Christina Aguilera flubbed her lines by mistake, Super Bowl performers the Black Eyed Peas fudged the lyrics to one of their halftime songs on purpose.
The quartet descended from the top of the football stadium on individual platforms and sang a medley of "I Gotta Feeling," "Boom Boom Pow," "Pump It," "Get It Started," "Time of My Life" and a new version of "Where Is the Love?" featuring a… Continue
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak made a final desperate play Tuesday to hang onto power for another eight months, telling the epic crowds of protesters massing in Cairo that he won't stand in September's elections.
"In the few months remaining in my current term, I will work very hard to guarantee the… Continue
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President Felipe Calderon said he would consider a debate on legalizing drugs Tuesday as his government announced that more than 28,000 people have been killed in drug violence since he launched a crackdown against cartels in 2006.
Intelligence agency director Guillermo Valdes also said authorities have confiscated about 84,000 weapons and made total cash seizures of $411 million in U.S. currency and $26…Continue
Weeks after welcoming the Bishop Don Juan as its Chairman of the Board, Serious Pimp announces plans to sign Snoop Dogg as President. Major hip hop and sports celebrities will attend the signing which will take place poolside at Caesar’s Palace on Saturday, May 29, 2010. After, Snoop Dogg and his team will attend the extreme fight pitting Quinton “Rampage” Jackson against Rashad Evans. Snoop Dogg will cap the night with a live… Continue
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton warned of a slippery slope from angry anti-government rhetoric to violence like the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, saying "the words we use really do matter."
The two-term Democratic president insisted he wasn't trying to restrict free speech, but in remarks Friday he said incendiary language can be taken the wrong way by some Americans. He drew parallels to words… Continue
(CNN) -- Three people connected to the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, were killed in a drive-by shooting in the violent border city, a senior White House official told CNN Sunday.
One of the victims was an American employee at the consulate. Her husband and the husband of a Mexican employee of the consulate were also killed. The shooting happened Saturday afternoon, the official said.