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MSNBC's Hayes Retracts Claim Whites More Likely to Commit Interracial Murder

On Monday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes had to make a retraction for incorrectly citing statistics on Friday suggesting that a higher percentage of black murder victims are murdered by ...
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MSNBC's Taylor: 'Right-Wing' Hosts 'Pimping' for 'Personal Gain'

On Friday's PoliticsNation, as host Al Sharpton attacked "right-wingers" like Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, and Rush Limbaugh for "push[ing] the most negative stereotypes of the African-American ...
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MSNBC's Dyson: O'Reilly 'Surprised That Black People Don't Throw Bananas at Each Other or Swing from Trees'

Appearing as a panel member on the Sunday, July 28, Melissa Harris-Perry show, MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson declared that, when FNC host Bill O'Reilly dined at Sylvia's restaurant in ...
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Media Company Won’t Run Clinic Ad; Abortion Fans Howl

Clear Channel under fire for refusing to advertise new abortion mill.  
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Business Magazine Finds Media Punching Bag Was Boon to Business

Media made Rick Perry a ‘punchline,’ but his record of bringing businesses to Texas is praiseworthy.
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Measles Epidemic in Britain Thanks to Anti-Vaccination Fears

Celebrities continue to promote vaccine-autism link in face of science.
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‘American Atlantis’: Rolling Stone Imagines End of Miami Due to Climate Change

Contributing editor uses outlandish predictions to say ‘Goodbye Miami’ from 24-foot storm surge.
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MSNBC's Hayes: FNC and Conservatives Treating Black Americans Like Zimmerman Treated Trayvon Martin

On Wednesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes complained of a "right-wing trope about the specter of racial violence" if George Zimmerman is acquitted, and suggested that FNC hosts like Bill ...
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Gasland Part II: Same Misleading Images, New Conspiracy Theory

Josh Fox’s follow up retreads old claims, but adds new level of spin.
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