Audio of The Reuters interview via The 11th Hour
The most awful poll ever.
The overflow crowd got a personal appearance from the President, but Reuters still found a way to make it into a negative.
McCain Calls Out Kilmeade's Islamophobia: 'Would You Have A Problem With American Christians Saying Thank God?'
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Monday mocked conservative radio host Laura Ingraham's "vast knowledge of military tactics" and then smacked down Fox News host Brian Kilmeade for opposing religious Muslim fighters, but not Christian soldiers.
Aubrey McClendon's penchant for "land grab" as a business model made the recently-ousted Chesapeake Energy CEO infamous - and he's at it again for his new start-up hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") company in Ohio's Utica Shale basin.
U.S. authorities have opened an investigation into whether JPMorgan Chase hired the children of powerful Chinese officials to help it win business in China.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has fled Hong Kong with the ultimate intentions of reaching Venezuela, a Russian airline source <A href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/23/us-usa-security-russia-flights-idUSBRE95M06320130623">told Reuters</a> on Sunday.
A Fox News military analyst who has previously justified the U.S. invasion in Iraq by asserting that Russia conspired to hide Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) now says that there is a "very high probability" that those WMDs are in Syria.
Matthew Keys, deputy social media editor of Thomson Reuters and former web producer at a Tribune Company-owned television station in Sacramento, Calif., has been charged in a federal indictment for allegedly conspiring with members of hacker group "Anonymous" to hack into a Tribune Company-owned website.
Millions of middle-class Americans lost their homes in the mortgage crisis. Among them is Joseph Keller, 58, a former social worker in Columbus, Ohio. Five years ago, he and his wife fell 10 months behind in their house payments and received
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