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Senate hopeful Hoekstra slammed for racist Super Bowl ad

Racism and far-right politics go hand-in-hand. With Michigan Senate hopeful Pete Hoekstra's Super Bowl ad, the whole nation got to see it for themselves.


Pat Buchanan loses platform at MSNBC?

Buchanan has not appeared on the network since October.


Letterman, Seinfeld, De Niro hit Trump on racism

Donald Trump's tirades have prompted sharp responses from a broad array of notable persons, including a number of media and film personalities.


Residents protest “Brighton Beach” stereotypes

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - The Russian-speaking residents of Brighton Beach are fighting caricatures and ethnic bias in a new Lifetime Television series.


Fans count down to Olbermann’s return

Fans of Keith Olbermann, the fiery MSNBC host with a hefty liberal bent, are cheering the network's decision to end his suspension.


Star-studded telethon aims to raise millions for Haiti

"Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief" will appear on more than 25 networks tonight at 8 p.m. ET.


Online campaign targets Murdoch on Fox racism

A campaign by ColorOfChange.org is targeting Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch for backing race-baiting attacks on President Obama by Fox's Glenn Beck.


Lou Dobbs quits CNN

On Tuesday, Nov. 11th,  Lou Dobbs announced his intention to leave CNN "effective immediately."