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GOP debate audience turns heads once again

by Adam Russett on October 19, 2011

First they cheered Rick Perry's execution record, then they applauded Ron Paul's assertion that a hypothetical man without insurance be left to die, all before booing an openly gay veteran. The audiences at the GOP debates have garnered almost as much attention as the candidates, and on Tuesday night they did it again. Moderator Anderson […]

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President Obama defends taxing the rich at town hall

by Adam Russett on September 27, 2011

President Barack Obama continued to tout his deficit reduction plan at a town hall-style meeting hosted by the social networking website LinkedIn on Monday. Obama fielded questions from concerned voters on a variety of topics, but most centered on the economy and a stubbornly high unemployment rate, the Associated Press reports. At the center of […]

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Tea Party debate provides surprising moments

by Adam Russett on September 13, 2011

The second of three Republican debates was held in Florida last night, and while it was Mitt Romney and Rick Perry who were once again at the forefront, one moment involving Ron Paul stuck out the most. CNN newsman and debate moderator Wolf Blitzer asked Paul whether or not an employed but uninsured, 30-year-old patient […]

Many experts have criticized President Obama for taking part in the Libyan conflict without a clear agenda. Tonight, he is expected to address these issues to a national television audience. So far, he has touched on the issue and highlighted the importance of protecting the Libyan populace from the violent measures of repression being used […]

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Steve Jobs unveils iPad 2 at Yerba Buena

by Kelly MacNeil on March 3, 2011

Despite his medical leave and the consistent rumors surrounding his declining health, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad 2 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 2, according to CNN. "Technology alone is not enough. Technology married with liberal arts, humanities, yields the result that makes our […]

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AT&T’s exclusive deal with Apple set to expire

by Kelly MacNeil on January 11, 2011

For more than three years, Verizon customers faced a tough choice when it came to smartphones. Either switch to AT&T for service, or miss out on the iPhone. However, as the exclusivity deal between Apple and AT&T is set to expire, many consumers are hopeful that the popular device will become available to a wider […]

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Larry King’s CNN career draws to a close

by Shannon Harris on December 17, 2010

Larry King aired the final episode of his legendary talk show Thursday night, drawing 25 years of Larry King Live to a close with a panel of very important guests. "Welcome to the last 'Larry King Live.' It's hard to say that," King said at the beginning of the show. CNN's prime-time talk show host […]

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Larry Kings CNN career draws to a close

by Shannon Harris on December 17, 2010

Larry King aired the final episode of his legendary talk show Thursday night, drawing 25 years of Larry King Live to a close with a panel of very important guests. "Welcome to the last 'Larry King Live.' It's hard to say that," King said at the beginning of the show. CNN's prime-time talk show host […]

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Spider-Man debuts on Broadway after year-long delay

by Shannon Harris on November 29, 2010

After delays, set-backs and a record $65 million budget, the new Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark made its first performance on Sunday at the Foxwoods Theater. The musical, which is so far the most expensive Broadway musical in history, took nine years to produce, reports Bloomberg.com. That time saw financial troubles, the death […]