Jon Stewart blasts Rupert Murdoch's bid to buy the LA Times.
By Kim Barker and Justin Elliott, ProPublica Dark money groups flooded Albuquerque's airwaves in August, aiming to sway a hotly contested U.S. Senate race by making more than half the political ad buys on top TV stations. That fact,
Rachel Maddow featured the work by ProPublica which you can find crossposted at our own Occupy America here -- Revealed: The Dark Money Group Attacking Sen. Sherrod Brown. I encourage everyone to just go read their entire report, but I'll share a
News for June 4, 1954. Tragedy aboard USS Bennington, 102 killed in blast. Sec. of Commerce admits "we're in a Recession". 16 cities added to list of Distressed Communities, already at 123. Gen. James van Fleet does not think U.S. needs to send troops to South East Asia. Sec. of State Dulles joins list of officials saying U.S. involvement in Indo-China is imminent. Gas prices purposely kept up. Solar Panels are introduced. Army-McCarthy Hearings continue with more noise than progress.
News of the latest findings of the Leveson Inquiry into the phone hacking Scandal at News Of The World, and Newscorp, News International and Rupert Murdoch, released today.
Nights at The Roundtable with Ben Bernie and His Orchestra, from a broadcast recorded in April, 1931.
In June, more than 52,000 ColorOfChange members spoke out against a proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile, arguing that the deal is likely to destroy jobs, raise the price of cellular service, and threaten net neutrality for wireless
I read a couple of dozen articles about the Google-Verizon deal, and this one from Gigom seems to have the most detailed version of events: The Fed
UPDATE: Google says the Times (and Bloomberg, and the WSJ) is wrong and they remain committed to an open internet. The Times says they stand by the st
A US Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the FCC policy of fining broadcasters for airing curse words, whether they're sexually oriented or not.
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