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Saturday Night Live: Wake Up and Smile
On the 20th anniversary of their morning show, the co-hosts of "Wake Up and Smile" suffer a breakdown when the teleprompter fails to provide their dialogue, and a Lord of the Flies-esque scenerio plays out.
In Lynchburg, McDonnell calls for swift end to UVa controversy
Credit: P. KEVIN MORLEY/TIMES-DISPATCH By: | Published: June 22, 2012 Gov. Bob McDonnell said today the turmoil at the University of Virginia surrounding the ouster of President Teresa Sullivan needs to end quickly. "This needs to be brought to closure," McDonnell said in Lynchburg while addressing the annual Virginia Boys State gathering at Liberty University.
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Why Conservatives Love Rachel Maddow
When the arch-conservative Oklahoma Republican Senator James Inhofe made his way to Rachel Maddow's eponymous 9:00 p.m. MSNBC show on March 15, viewers probably didn't expect a lovefest. Inhofe, however, had unusually kind words for the liberal host. "You won't believe this but I'm happy to be here with you," he told Maddow.
Intense, emotional, and frequently out of control, the hip-hop superstar Kanye West allowed his antics to turn him into a national joke and to earn him the criticism of two American presidents. Would a massive concert tour with his friend and rival Jay-Z offer the troubled rapper a taste of redemption-or disaster?
Alabama's Robert Bentley looks to 2014 governor race
Two years from today -- June 3, 2014 -- Alabamians go to the polls to select party nominees for governor and a host of other state, federal and local offices. If you're a normal person whose life does not revolve around politics, you probably now know more than you wanted.
WLAX | Q&A with Josh Walfish, The Daily Northwestern
Syracuse has a chance to win the first national championship in program history when it takes on Northwestern Sunday at 8 p.m. in Stony Brook, N.Y. The second-seeded Wildcats edged the No. 4 seed Orange in their regular-season matchup 11-9 in overtime in the Carrier Dome in February.
W-B council backs repeal of super PACs - News - Citizens Voice
Wilkes-Barre City Council passed a resolution 4-1 Thursday night to support repealing the Supreme Court ruling that allowed super political action committees. A resident, Bill Daniels, asked council to lend its support to overturn Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Council adopted the resolution less than two minutes later.
Saul Anuzis: 'Cancer' threatens Michigan Republicans, refuels feud with John Yob
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Upon losing his Republican National Committeeman position to term-limited state Rep. Dave Agema, Saul Anuzis graciously encouraged his supporters to back his replacement from Grandville. He wasn't as graceful when it came to taking a shot at an unnamed state GOP "cancer," widely acknowledged as Grand Rapids political adviser John Yob, with whom Anuzis has had a running dispute for years.