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The American TV network has invited ridicule by stuffing up a map that was supposed to help explain the escalating crisis in Ukraine. Look just to the west of Ukraine on the map above and you'll see a country labelled Czechoslovakia. Of course,
Hackensack jail Sunday, March 2, 2014 Last updated: Sunday March 2, 2014, 6:42 PM A Garfield woman's weekly visit to her murdered sister's grave. A knock-down, hair-yanking fight between two brawling female inmates. A tearful phone call from a man
She wasn't a fan of the Ronan Farrow debut, which she found dull...Comcast and its controversial proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable...Fox seemed to have snuffed out any hope that the liberal media might actually live up to its name...Fox News are
Ed Schultz said on the air last week that his favorite president is Barack Obama," NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller noted on the latest edition of the NewsBusters original comedy production. "'Stay away from my man!' snapped an angry Chris Matthews."
February 28, 2014 It hasn't been called Czechoslovakia since 1993!...Czechoslovakia was a sovereign Central European state that existed from the end of World War I until its peaceful dissolution into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in January 1993.
That was never more clear than when National Security Adviser Susan Rice visited a Sunday morning talk show last weekend for the first time since her disastrous and dishonest appearances on September 16, 2012, just days after the terrorist attacks in
Ronan Farrow says reporters can ask him anything, because he doesn't put restrictions on interviews. The 26-year-old son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen is denying that he and his team were behind a "tip sheet" designed to bar reporters from asking him
African-American female host said during an interview with Marc Lamont Hill of HuffPostLive that the people who watch our network should see themselves reflected in the full spectrum of humanity, which she stated is the job of all news organizations.
On Sunday, CNN confirmed that "Piers Morgan Live" will be ending next month, proving that a large Twitter following and pedigree of minor non-journalistic celebrity (though a former editor, Morgan, 48, was mostly known as a judge on "Britain's" and
Why Piers Morgan flopped Piers Morgan believes he shot himself in the foot by crusading for gun control, with his CNN show as the final casualty...The British journalist undoubtedly alienated many in the audience (and perhaps delighted others) with