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FOX's Maria Bartiromo Debuts New Sunday Talk Show, Unfortunately

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Maria Bartiromo, CNBC’s disgruntled “Money Honey” pioneer, jumped ship from CNBC in November, ending her twenty-year reign at the business news network. Lucky for her, she landed an anchor job just across the street at FOX Business, where she’s the weekday host of “Opening Bell.” Read more…

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Piers Morgan Signs Off, Has Last Word About Guns

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Former CNN muckraker (haha) Piers Morgan bid farewell to his 9pm cable news time slot last night, having been ousted by the network due to flagging viewership of his Piers Morgan Live. The imported Brit dedicated his final segment to his career’s latest, greatest cause: U.S. gun control.Read more…

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Texas Monthly editor Jake Silverstein is the new editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine.

Texas Monthly editor Jake Silverstein is the new editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine. According to Politico, Silvertein started out as “a reporter for the Big Bend Sentinel, a weekly newspaper in Marfa, Texas.”Read more…

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David Samson, the 74-year-old chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, has resigne

David Samson, the 74-year-old chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, has resigned. Read more…

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Nate Silver Only Cares About Some of the Haters

“There was a lot of hype about me,” public nerd No. 1 Nate Silver said last night on The Daily Show. “It sets a very high bar.” A nervous Silver was a bit on the defensive after fewer than two weeks of the new FiveThirtyEight, insisting that the site is … More »

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Is This a Tech Bubble or Not?

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“Are we in a bubble?” is the evergreen topic of tech punditry – the equivalent of the political commentariat’s nonstop speculation about whether Hillary Clinton will run in 2016. Tech writers theorize about bubbles for lots of reasons: because they’re bored, because it gets clicks, because they’re annoyed by Silicon … More »

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A politics expert explains that because three Secret Service agents got drunk in Amsterdam, Presiden

A politics expert explains that because three Secret Service agents got drunk in Amsterdam, President Obama now faces “the worst thing that can happen to a president”: a negative narrative about his perceived competence. This may harm his ability to “improve his overall job approval numbers.”Read more…

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Tension With China? Who Cares!

What if China and the U.S. were a hair’s-breadth away from war—and Americans didn’t notice? Why pundits on both sides of the aisle are ignoring the scary reality.

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Jack Up Those Fast Food Wages!

As fast food workers strike for higher wages, pundits are dismissing their demands as unrealistic. But an exploding burger chain in Detroit proves the naysayers are thinking in a box.

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Males aren’t wired to be the cheating kind, studies find

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Two new studies beg to differ. By sticking to one female, they conclude, males of many species, especially primates, can increase their chances of siring many offspring who survive long enough to reproduce – the key factor in determining whether a particular behaviour survives the brutal process of natural selection. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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McCarthy Vs. Hasselbeck

The ex-Playboy model and the conservative pundit have more in common than you think, says Rachel Osman.

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China’s Communist Party paper blasts ‘capricious’ top athletes

<!– google_ad_section_start –> The People’s Daily has started a heated debate about whether Chinese athletes represent the nation after criticising tennis player Li Na and world-record-holding swimmer Sun Yang for being “overly prima donna-ish”. “Who can restrain this terrible capriciousness?”, the official mouthpiece of the Communist Party wrote on Monday. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Image of NSA leaker Edward Snowden evolves with each revelation

<!– google_ad_section_start –> WASHINGTON — More than three weeks since his revelations about U.S. spying sent ripples around the world, a more nuanced portrait is emerging of Edward Snowden, the former CIA contractor who initially was viewed in extremes — either a hero in the fight against government secrecy or a traitor who jeopardized national security. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Is search for Snowden turning into sideshow?

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Edward Snowden’s continent-jumping, hide-and-seek game seems like the stuff of a pulp thriller — a desperate man’s drama played out before a worldwide audience trying to decide if he’s a hero or a villain. But the search for the former National Security Agency contractor who spilled U.S. secrets has become something of a distracting sideshow, some say, overshadowing the important debate over the government’s power to seize the phone and Internet records of millions of Americans to help in the fight against terrorism. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Who’s Dismissing the Iranian Elections?

Ali Gharib notes that many hawkish D.C. pundits are dismissing the Iranian election results.

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Is Prism Really a Scandal?

Pundits are ranting about it, but what we really need is a discussion about privacy vs. security.

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Taiwan’s president seeks re-election to KMT’s top job

<!– google_ad_section_start –> The Taiwanese president, Ma Ying-jeou, is seeking re-election as chairman of the ruling Kuomintang party, in what pundits view as a move to keep him from losing political authority before his current presidential term ends in 2016. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Rodman asks pal Kim to free jailed American

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Basketball hall-of-famer Dennis Rodman, who forged an unlikely friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on a recent trip, has appealed for the freedom of an American sentenced to 15 years in prison. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Trash Talk Is Back

Trash Talk Returns as Pols, Pundits Point Fingers Over Boston Bombing Vertical Dek: Vitriol is in and unity is out. Howard Kurtz on how politicians and pundits need to find someone to blame.

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Intrigue over Martin Lee’s ‘rash’ plan for election reform

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Blunder or cunning ploy from a wily political veteran? Two theories emerged yesterday to explain Martin Lee Chu-ming’s proposal for electoral reform. A day after Lee retracted his “rash” idea, former Democrat Andrew Cheng Kar-foo raised the possibility that he had deliberately spoken out to help the pan-democrats, testing the water and issuing a warning to Beijing with his proposal. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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