Following Dylan Ratigan‘s departure, MSNBC is introducing a new 3 p.m. show The Cycle. Its permanent co-hosts are: author and commentator Touré, New York Daily News columnist S.E. Cupp, Salon’s Steve Kornacki and former Congressional candidate Krystal Ball. All four have been contributors on the network.
According to the Huffington Post, it’s an ensemble show ['Friends'-style, except for the black guy. Lucky us!] with all four hosts appearing regularly. READ MORE
After being betrayed, most of us want two things, usually at the same time. We want to wound the person who hurt us—as deeply and as excruciatingly—as we’ve been wounded, and we want to rise above the situation and offer that person forgiveness. But neither of these tactics work. Wounding words tend to boomerang and make you feel as terrible as the person you wanted to hurt. Forgiveness, especially if halfhearted, tends to come off as condescension.
There are actions, though, that you can take to can heal yourself. READ MORE
POLITICO reporter Joe Williams has been suspended pending review of recent controversial comments he made on television and Twitter, POLITICO editors informed staff late Thursday night.
On MSNBC today, Williams made a remark suggesting Mitt Romney was only comfortable around white people. The video was first flagged by conservative website Breitbart.com, which also flagged a series of tweets Williams had written that made fun of the Republican candidate, particularly in regard to his wealth. READ MORE
UPDATE: Suspended Politico Reporter Joe Williams Releases Statement Bashing Breitbart.com READ MORE
If you’ve ever wondered how McDonalds manages to make its burgers look so much more appetizing in the pictures than they do in real life, wonder no more. This video takes a peek behind the scenes at a McDonalds photo shoot to explain some of the tricks that are used to make you crave a quarter pounder. READ MORE + VIDEO
Quite consciously, he cast himself in the mold of French Impressionists like Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir and Degas, chroniclers of public life who found rich social material at racetracks, dance halls and cafes.
Mr. Neiman often painted or sketched on live television. With the camera recording his progress at the sketchpad or easel, he interpreted the drama of Olympic Games and Super Bowls for an audience of millions. READ MORE
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