Terrorism

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NBC's Mitchell to CIA Lawyer Who Backed Waterboarding: 'How Can You Live With Yourself?'

Introducing her interrogation of former CIA attorney John Rizzo about his new memoir, aired on Friday's NBC Today, chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell proclaimed: "...this is an ...
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Networks Skirt Tying Russian Bombings to Islam

ABC, NBC, and CBS never mention ‘Islamic terrorists.’
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Unhinged Ed Schultz: GOP Committing 'Economic Terrorism,' 'Coup d'Etat' With Shutdown

For the second time in one day, an MSNBC anchor accused Republicans of betraying the United States. According to Ed Schultz on Tuesday, House GOP members who won't agree to all of Barack Obama's ...
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Chris Matthews Snarls: Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Mike Lee Are 'Terrorists'

Angry liberal Chris Matthews on Wednesday foamed at Republican Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul, deriding the conservatives at "terrorists." The Hardball anchor repeated the smear over ...
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Terrorist Rocks Rolling Stone

When they put Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover, Rolling Stone knew they were chasing notoriety by insulting people who lost relatives or their own limbs in Dzhokhar’s terrorist attack.
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New Sundance Film ‘The East’ Focuses on Anarchist, Eco-Terrorist Group

Director dismisses criticism saying: ‘sweet’ of people ‘to think that people holding corporations accountable is evil.’
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MSNBC's Hayes: 'We Should Respond to Terrorism' By 'Calmly' Saying 'You Will Lose'

After initially ignoring reports that two Muslim extremists in London savagely murdered a British soldier in broad daylight, MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Friday finally included the story on his All ...
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Networks’ Evening Shows Don’t Name Islam in London Terror Attack

Anchors, reporters tip-toe around attacker's Islamic radicalism.
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After Editor's Lecture, New York Times Still Framing Benghazi Through Partisan Prism

Once again, the New York Times takes the national security scandal over Benghazi and tries to reduce it to a partisan Republican issue: "For months, House Republicans have been pressing Mr. ...
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