Story 1 of 19: biden, instagram, first
Ad for aviators or Joe Biden's Instagram account? CNN Political Ticker CNN Political Ticker

Veep Biden joins Instagram with a styling first post

Expect Ray-Ban sales to spike Wednesday afternoon. In his very first Instagram post Vice President Biden featured the brand’s iconic aviator sunglasses made popular by Maverick in “Top Gun” and by Biden himself. So is the Veep one of those guys? The ones who sport sunglasses inside? Perhaps. This first post promises “the occasional aviators pic” in the future.

4/16/2014 7:37pm · The White House The White House
Story 2 of 19: ukraine, eastern, russian
Ukraine military convoy seized by pro-Russia separatists / - latimes.com / - latimes.com

Putin's Costly Adventurism

David Ignatius, Washington PostWASHINGTON -- As President Obama looks at the Ukraine crisis, he sees an asymmetry of interests: Simply put, the future of Ukraine means more to Vladimir Putin's Russia than it does to the U.S. or Europe. For Putin, this is an existential crisis; for the West, so far, it isn't -- as the limited U.S. and European response has demonstrated.Putin has exploited this...

4/16/2014 6:18pm · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage
Story 3 of 19: dee, myers, bros
Dee Dee Myers to Los Angeles to head Warner Bros. communications In the Loop In the Loop

Dee Dee Myers to Los Angeles to head Warner Bros. communications

Dee Dee Myers, the first female White House press secretary, got a taste of Hollywood advising on the hit television show “The West Wing.” Now, she’s taken a top position with Warner Bros studio. Myers, who is currently a high-level communications consultant at D.C.-based Glover Park Group, will be the studio’s executive vice president, worldwide […]

4/16/2014 6:51pm · In the Loop In the Loop
Story 4 of 19: north, dakota, law
Judge Overturns 6-Week North Dakota Abortion Ban All TPM News All TPM News

Judge Overturns 6-Week North Dakota Abortion Ban

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday overturned a North Dakota law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks into pregnancy and before many women know they're pregnant. Read More →

4/16/2014 6:23pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Story 6 of 19: news, fox, show
New Fox Show 'Outnumbered' Will Feature 4 Women, 1 Male Rotating Host All TPM News All TPM News

New Fox Show 'Outnumbered' Will Feature 4 Women, 1 Male Rotating Host

Fox News will launch a new show called "Outnumbered" on April 28, which will feature four female hosts and one rotating male host, Mediaite reported Wednesday.  The program, which will air weekdays at noon, will be similar to the network's popular panel show, "The Five," and the hosts will discuss the day's news, according to Mediaite. Read More →

4/16/2014 7:34pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Story 7 of 19: gun, bloomberg, new
Mike Bloomberg Might Spend Even More Than $50 Million On His New Gun-Control Group Business Insider Business Insider

Mike Bloomberg Might Spend Even More Than $50 Million On His New Gun-Control Group

The $50 million that billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he would spend on his newly launched gun-control group, Everytown For Gun Safety, might be just the tip of the iceberg. In a press call on Wednesday, Everytown For Gun Safety President John Feinblatt told Business Insider that Bloomberg could put even more of his money into the organization. "The mayor...

4/16/2014 5:56pm · Business Insider Business Insider
Story 8 of 19: warren, obama, elizabeth
Elizabeth Warren Recounts Battle Over Financial Regulation Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Elizabeth Warren Recounts Battle Over Financial Regulation

Summoned to the White House in September 2010, Elizabeth Warren met President Obama in the Oval Office and he escorted her outside to a garden patio. Obama described it to Warren as a hidden retreat.

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Story 9 of 19: campus, tech, fines
Virginia Tech Pays Clery Fines Related To 2007 Mass Shooting DC - The Huffington Post DC - The Huffington Post

Virginia Tech Pays Clery Fines Related To 2007 Mass Shooting

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia Tech has paid federal fines for its actions on the morning of April 16, 2007, when a lone gunman killed 32 people on the school's campus.  The U.S. Department of Education said Wednesday the university has paid two fines totaling $32,500 for violations of the Clery Act, which requires universities to issue timely warnings of campus threats. Student gunman Seung-Hui...

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Story 10 of 19: police, muslim, muslims
NYPD disbands unit set up to monitor Muslims msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines

NYPD disbands unit set up to monitor Muslims

Heroes and Zeroes: After years of protests and lawsuits, the NYPD has announced the Demographics Unit which monitored members of the Muslim community in New York has been disbanded. However, some are still arguing the program is a necessary tool for...Read more Heroes and Zeroes: After years of protests and lawsuits, the NYPD has announced the Demographics Unit which monitored members of the...

4/16/2014 6:20pm · msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Story 11 of 19: immigration, house, obama
Obama blasts House Republicans on immigration inaction Post Politics Post Politics

Obama blasts House Republicans on immigration inaction

President Obama blasted House Republicans on immigration Wednesday, saying they would rather keep a fractured system in place than institute immigration reform. Obama's statement comes on the first anniversary of the introduction of a comprehensive bipartisan immigration bill in the Senate. The Senate approved the bill by a vote of 68 to 32 in June. […]

4/16/2014 5:11pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 12 of 19: samsung, android, operating
Apple, Samsung, others commit to anti-theft tools for smartphones / - latimes.com / - latimes.com

Apple, Samsung, others commit to anti-theft tools for smartphones

Many of the world's top phone manufacturers, including Apple and Samsung, announced that they have committed to include basic anti-theft tools for smartphones made after July 2015 for sale in the U.S.

4/16/2014 6:00pm · / - latimes.com / - latimes.com
Story 13 of 19: sebelius, senate, roberts
Obama's departing health chief mulls U.S. Senate run: report Reuters: Politics Reuters: Politics

Obama's departing health chief mulls U.S. Senate run: report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Departing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who took withering criticism over the botched rollout of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, is considering a run for the U.S. Senate in Kansas, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.

4/16/2014 5:49pm · Reuters: Politics Reuters: Politics

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Story 14 of 19: walker, mellencamp, campaign
Scott Walker won’t commit to full term if reelected Post Politics Post Politics

Scott Walker won’t commit to full term if reelected

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), who is seeking a second term this year but is also considered a potential 2016 presidential candidate, isn't promising to serve a full four-year term if he's reelected. Asked by AP about the possibility, Walker said: "I'm committed to running for governor." Asked again, he said, "I want to be […]

4/16/2014 7:14pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 15 of 19: email, paul, ron
Ron Paul touts Rand as a presidential ‘frontrunner’ in fundraising e-mail Post Politics Post Politics

Ron Paul touts Rand as a presidential ‘frontrunner’ in fundraising e-mail

Former congressman Ron Paul (R-Tex.), in a new fundraising e-mail for his Campaign for Liberty, plays up his son's status as a "frontrunner" for president in 2016. The e-mail focuses on the CFL's decision to resist the Internal Revenue Services's call for it to disclose its donors. In the course of the e-mail, Ron Paul […]

4/16/2014 9:11pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 16 of 19: cia, senate, rizzo
CIA’s Former Top Lawyer Fires Back At Senate Report, Criticizes Feinstein The National Memo The National Memo

CIA’s former top lawyer fires back at Senate report, criticizes Feinstein

The CIA’s former top lawyer disputes Senate findings that the spy agency lied about its brutal interrogations of terrorists, insisting the tactics produced useful intelligence and flatly denying that the…Click to Continue »

4/16/2014 8:00pm · McClatchy DC -- Homepage McClatchy DC -- Homepage

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Story 17 of 19: clevenger, people, mayor
Marionville Mayor Considers Jewish Center Shooter a ‘Friend,’ Shares Anti-Semitic Beliefs Mediaite Mediaite

Missouri Mayor Agrees With Shooter Frazier Glenn Miller 'On Some Things'

If you want to know how people like Frazier Glenn Miller exist in our society you don't have to look much further than the tacit approval of people like Don Clavenger. via KSPR, Springfield MO.  The two even agreed on some things. "Kind of agreed with him on some things but, I don't like to express that too much," said Clevenger. That hasn't always been the case. Nearly a decade ago, Clevenger...

4/16/2014 8:08pm · Latest from Crooks and Liars Latest from Crooks and Liars

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Story 18 of 19: percent, billion, earnings
IBM Falls After Missing On Revenues Business Insider Business Insider

IBM Falls After Missing On Revenues

IBM just posted its first-quarter earnings and we're covering live. The company reported earnings at $2.54 per share, exactly matching analysts' consensus estimate of $2.54 EPS. Revenues were $22.48 billion, slightly below the $22.8 billion expected by analysts. In a press release, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty acknowledged the company's transformation: In the first quarter, we continued to take...

4/16/2014 8:23pm · Business Insider Business Insider
Story 19 of 19: year, krugman, income
Income-inequality warrior to earn $225,000 per year for doing nothing in particular about income inequality Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Paul Krugman Offered 'Comfortable Perch' to Focus on Income Inequality

Left-wing columnist and professor Paul Krugman has a new job by City University of New York. The university is paying him $225,000 a year to teach on the subject of income inequality. Gawker reports that CUNY offered Krugman $225,000 a year plus a travel fund of $10,000. According to the press release announcing Krugman's acceptance back in February "Krugman’s move reflects his ongoing...

4/16/2014 7:01pm · Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

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