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Media Executive Ken Stern: Is America Less Divided Than We Think?


While the general consensus is that Americans are more divided than ever, media executive Ken Stern believes that “we still tend to be a fairly agreeable and moderate people”. 24 more words

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Are Republicans Losing The Messaging Game On Their Tax Plan?


Republicans are pushing ahead with their tax plan despite roadblocks from some in the party. Democrats are also set to unleash an ad campaign targeting the tax plan. 26 more words

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Why ‘Most Earning Less Than 75K Will See Taxes Go Up’


The GOP tax plan will hurt the middle class and largely benefit the wealthy many experts say, but Joy Reid’s guest from The Heritage Foundation argues it will create jobs. 20 more words

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Mika: We Must Go After The Entire Culture Of Harassment


New columns tackle the idea of what should happen to Al Franken, who is facing a new accusation of misconduct from 2010. The panel debates Franken, Charlie Rose and changing a culture of harassment. 23 more words

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Donald Trump Faces 'A Long Winter' With Robert Mueller's Russia Probe


Trump’s Russia lawyer once reportedly said he hoped Mueller’s investigation would be all said & done by Thanksgiving. But that’s not looking likely at all. Our panel reacts. 21 more words

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What Is Net Neutrality? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC


MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi explain Net Neutrality and why the FCC’s proposal to roll back regulations could impact every internet user in the country. 24 more words

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Veteran Journalist Charlie Rose Fired Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations


Eight women told the Washington Post that veteran journalist Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances on them.

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