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ABC Still Ignores Obama Donor/Former Soap Opera Producer Being Named Ambassador to Hungary

On Wednesday night, ABC became the only major broadcast network to not have covered the controversy over President Obama’s choice to name former soap opera producer and Obama reelection campaign ...
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ABC's WNT Omits Jonathan Karl Grilling Earnest Over Soap Opera Producer’s Credentials for Ambassadorship

On Monday, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl grilled White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on what exactly did Obama campaign donor and former soap opera producer Colleen ...
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ABC's D-Day Stumble on Omaha Beach: Mistakenly Shows Photo of British Troops Landing

Friday's World News on ABC paid tribute to the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy with an emotional look at one of the remaining veterans who survived the hellish landings on Omaha ...
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CNBC Host Blasts Climate Activists’ ‘Rich People Argument’

Global warming activists’ arguments are for the rich and ignore harm to the poor, according to one CNBC host. CNBC “Street Signs” co-anchor Brian Sullivan said on March 21 that climate ...
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Europe Utility Costs Spike Due to Renewables Push

Business Insider notes how costly going green can be.
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NBC Frets: Nobel-Prize-Winning 'Rock Star' Obama Now 'Subject of Europe's Scorn'

Showing more concern for President Obama's popularity than the national security implications of the latest leaks in the NSA spying scandal, on Monday's NBC Today, chief foreign affairs ...
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NBC: 'Once Heralded as the Anti-George Bush,' Obama Receives 'Muted Reception' in Europe

On Monday's NBC Nightly News, reporting on President Obama's trip to Europe, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd fretted over the commander-in-chief's declining popularity overseas: ...

New York Times' War on 'Austerity...a Byword for Misery,' Moves Overseas

The European front of the New York Times' endless war on spending discipline made Saturday's front page: "Even [German Chancellor Angela] Merkel has tried of late to soften her image as the ...
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At the end of the tunnel

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Europe Sweeps

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