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CNN host Michael Smerconish sues over fake autograph

CNN Saturday host of Smerconish is a self-described Winston Churchill “aficionado” — and unfortunately for him, he bought a fake autograph of Churchill from an art gallery. 192 more words


Chuck Todd: Brian Williams "Shockingly Honest" In Mea Culpa Interview With Matt Lauer

Brian Williams was “shockingly honest” when he began performing the stations of the cross on Today show this morning, NBC News political director and Sunday Beltway show host Chuck Todd insisted today. 239 more words

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Maryland Rep. Van Hollen on CNN's State of the Union

Today on CNN’s State of the Union, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD),  Mayor Michael Nutter (D-PA) of Philadelphia and Mayor William Bell (D-AL) of Birmingham joined guest host Michael Smerconish to discuss race relations in America.  2,148 more words

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Fmr. NY Police Chief "I went to federal prison…putting thousands upon thousands of people in prison for first-time nonviolent offenses…it's destroying communities…families"

Today on CNN’s State of the Union, Michael Smerconish spoke to Detroit Police Chief James Craig and former NYPD Police Chief Bernard Kerik about policing in the U.S.. 2,154 more words

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Tapper interviews Marco Rubio

On yesterday’s edition of CNN Newsroom, in a conversation with political commentator Michael Smerconish, Brooke Baldwin challenged Republican candidate Marco Rubio to go on CNN… 283 more words


The Discount(ed Black) Vote

Never one to shy away from controversial statements, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith raised more than a couple of eyebrows with his recent comments about race and politics. 864 more words

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith Pushes for Black People to Vote Republican

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith got a lot of attention this week for saying that Black Americans should vote Republican at least once to show that both parties have to work for their vote, instead of Republicans dismissing it and Democrats taking it for granted, … 120 more words