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Sen. Elizabeth Warren: It’s ‘Dangerous’ to Want 'Big Government' to Disappear

Liberal praised by media as fighter for the middle class targets corporations, banks, conservatives and billionaires.
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The Sleazy Scorsese of Wall Street

Director Martin Scorsese is proud to make a movie that included more than 500 "F-bombs" during its three hours. Then there's the orgies and "midget tossing."
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Media’s Top 10 Most Embarrassing Predictions of 2013

Getting it wrong, news outlets’ erroneous forecasts: Healthcare.gov like online shopping, abundant Atlantic hurricanes, $24 billion government shutdown and more.
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Moody’s Disputes Warnings about Shutdown and Debt Ceiling

As administration and media warn of economic doom, Moody’s says US credit rating safe.
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CNBC Outs Obama's Strategy of ‘Scaring the Market’

Treasury claims possible debt standoff would be ‘worse’ than 2008; CNBC says fear is White House ‘aim.’
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HuffPo Live Celebrates OWS on Two-Year Anniversary

Interviews reveal occupiers’ extremism that was often ignored by news media.
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Rumsfeld: ‘Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Improve the Lives of Their Fellow Citizens’

George W. Bush’s Secretary of Defense defends capitalism, slams socialism in his new book.
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Runaway Stock

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CNN on Obama's Treasury Secretary Picks: 'Perfect' If Wall St. Hates Them, Good If Wall St. Likes Them

CNN had a friendly take on President Obama's Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew, despite the pick receiving sharp criticism from conservative circles. "He's definitely the guy for the next ...
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NBC Follows ABC's Lead, Wall Street Speculators and Oil Companies to Blame for High Gas Prices

While ABC's World News declared  "a big chunk of the pain at the pump is Wall Street's fault" on Thursday, on NBC's Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams similarly announced: "The problem ...
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