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Stream live games, check the latest scores or watch the best highlights with the best brand in sports: ESPN. Pick your favorite teams and leagues to …

The Department Of Justice Targeted A Fox News Reporter During A Leak Investigation

The report comes at a time when the Obama administration is facing renewed scrutiny over leak investigations, a week after the Associated Press said that the Department of Justice had obtained more than two months of some of its reporters' phone records.<p>For many in the media world, this case seems …

7 Juicy Claims From A Romney Campaign Insider's New Book

Former policy aide Gabriel Schoenfeld's new book, A Bad Day on the Romney Campaign: An Insider's Account, blames Romney's staff for his defeat. Romney aides have dismissed the account, saying Schoenfeld was not as high up in the organization as he claims and that "he just has stuff he wants to get …

Schumer pressured by gay activists

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) called a meeting with prominent New York gay elected officials and activists amid concern over whether a provision sought by same-sex couples will be included in the immigration reform bill, POLITICO has learned.<p>The meeting became heated at times, as many attendees made …

Sessions critical of immigration bill border enforcement - Video on NBCNews.com

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What Did Justin Timberlake Show Obama On His iPhone? (CAPTION CONTEST)

Being president has its perks, including getting to hang with big name celebs. In April, President Barack Obama invited Justin Timberlake to the White House to attend a soul-themed concert. The two shared an iPhone moment prior to the event, as captured in this just released photo:<p><i>(Photo Credit:</i> …

26 Of The Best Behind-The-Scenes Photos From Obama's Month Of April

As always, White House photographer Pete Souza documented Obama's every step along the way. We've pulled 26 of Souza's best photos from his April set.

Tea Party Patriots push nationwide anti-IRS rallies

<b>(Rena Schild / Shutterstock.com)</b><p>On Tuesday, Tea Partiers are planning “to protest the IRS’ complete abuse of power”<p>Jillian Rayfield<p>May 20, 2013 4:03pm (UTC)<p>The Tea Party Patriots are organizing nationwide rallies on Tuesday to protest against the IRS for its "complete abuse of power," related to …

Holder walks fine line on prosecuting journalists

Attorney General Eric Holder's rejection last week of the idea of prosecuting journalists for publishing classified information sounded categorical and absolute. But was it?<p>Under questioning by Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.), Holder dismissed the notion of prosecuting reporters as, basically, …

The truth in Kanye’s anti-prison rap

<b>Kanye West performs on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)</b><p>The rapper’s incendiary “SNL” performance delivered condemnations of the prison industrial complex worth unpacking<p>Natasha Lennard<p>May 20, 2013 4:10pm (UTC)<p>The backdrop to Kanye West's "Saturday Night Live" performance was a lie. Projected behind the …

Big Soda SNAP-ing up billions off government programs

<b>(Shutterstock)</b><p>Federal aid like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is proving to be a sweet deal for softdrink groups<p>Stan Cox<p>May 20, 2013 4:15pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>As Congress resumes its wrangling over a long-overdue Farm Bill, conservatives are once again …

Biometric screening system a sticking point at Senate hearing - Video on NBCNews.com

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Human Rights Advocates Warn Obama On Day Of Burmese President's Visit

"We think it's essential that this not be a 'mission accomplished' moment," Jannuzi says.<p>WASHINGTON — Human rights advocates are raising questions about President Obama's visit with President Thein Sein of Burma on Monday, the first visit of a Burmese head of state to the White House in nearly 50 …

I Think I Speak For The Entire Class When I Say "Holy Crap!"

Bob Farley over at LG&M brought to my attention the latest great work by the folks at the National Security Archive as to how close we really came to a nuclear war with a disintergrating Soviet Union in the early 1980's. It centers on a NATO military exercise called Able Archer 83, and what the …

If Your Shrink Is A Bot, How Do You Respond?

Her hair is brown and tied back into a professional-looking ponytail. She wears a blue shirt, tan sweater and delicate gold chain. It's the first time she has met the man sitting across from her, and she looks out at him, her eyes curious.<p>"So how are you doing today?" she asks cautiously, trying to …

First crane egg in 400 years laid at Slimbridge

<b>The first crane egg in southern Britain in more than 400 years has been laid by a nesting bird.</b><p>The Great Crane Project has been rearing cranes and reintroducing them to the West Country since 2010.<p>The egg, the first from cranes released by the project, is under round-the-clock guard at the Wildfowl …

Chris Zahm: Understanding and probing the world below our feet

Necessary resources such as oil and water lie below our feet. How today’s scientists are coming to understand the world underground, while exploring …

Are mental illnesses such as PMS and depression culturally determined?

The latest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – DSM 5 – was published over the weekend. Produced by the American …

FYI: Do Wind Farms Make It Less Windy?

Related: Do they change the surrounding temperature?<p>Wind turbines extract kinetic energy from the air around them, and since less energy makes for weaker winds, turbines do indeed make it less windy. Technically speaking, the climate zone right behind a turbine (or behind all the turbines on a wind …

FYI: Do Parasites Get Parasites?

Parasites of parasites—sometimes called hyperparasites—seem to be quite common. In fact, parasites of parasites are themselves prone to parasites, leading to what might appear to be an endless progression of interspecies abuse.<p>Studies in the lab and field have identified some of these elaborate, …

'Vicious cycle' in brain keeps obesity going - Futurity

BROWN (US) — In rat brain cells, obesity blocks the production of a hormone that …

Can A Piece Of Hair Reveal How Much Coke Or Pepsi You Drink?

One way to know how much soda people drink is to ask them.<p>The problem? We tend to underestimate, lie or forget what we've consumed.<p>And this is a challenge for researchers who study the links between sugar-sweetened beverages and obesity.<p>A new study published in the <i>Journal of Nutrition</i> explains a …

Who invented clothes? A Palaeolithic archaeologist answers

"Who invented clothes?" It's one of those brilliant questions that children ask, before they learn that the big things we wonder about rarely have …

BARRON'S: There Were Two Gigantic, Suspicious Sales Of Gold On Friday That Caused The Price To Plunge

This gold weakness is causing a lot of consternation to fans of it who don't understand how the precious metal can keep falling, when central banks around the world continue to press down on the gas pedal.<p>A lot of gold bugs think the price is being manipulated somehow, or that there's some …

Robots will take our jobs, but it’s hard to say when

Economists and management experts have begun to model what might happen when robots are smart enough to do our jobs for us. Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee argue in their book <i>Race Against the Machine</i> that yes, robots are taking some jobs now, and will take more jobs soon. Nobel laureate Paul …

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