A horrific story of how lax gun laws lead to tragedy every day.
Join Economics Professor Richard Wolff, University of Massachusetts, for a screening of his film, "Capitalism Hits the Fan," and a Q&A session.
Beginning today, up to 47 million women may be eligible to get free access to preventive health care services as that provision of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act goes into effect...
On Friday night I was covering the protest of the Americans for Prosperity conference at the Washington DC Convention Center. It started off with a march from McPherson Square, the location of the Occupation, down K Street to the convention
Dave Weigel makes a good point in this piece: Public Policy Polling continues its tour of swing states that elected Republican governors last year and have already soured on them. In Florida, Rick Scott's already deep in the negative
Tom Coburn: "We Passed Something For Women's Health" Because Of "Emotional Attraction" On Things Associated With Women
Sen. Tom Coburn, after first claiming that the Republicans aren't just looking out for the insurance industry goes on to say this about why the Senate
O'Reilly Speaks Out Against "Nanny-State" Requirements That Insurance Companies Cover Mammograms And Colonoscopies
Bill O'Reilly is apparently really worried that we're going to become a "nanny state" if cancer screening procedures like mamograms and colonoscopies
I spend about an hour or two every night working on those little clips for the Music Club. John finally made it worth my while. He brought me along
I didn't get a chance to see many movies this year, but I have to tell you once again that I loved "Street Fight." Marshall Curry is the first time di
Just saw a screening of the movie, Street Fight. it was exceptional.
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