Verizon to Buy AOL for $4.4 Billion

Verizon to Buy AOL for $4.4 Billion

Verizon, one of the nation’s largest wireless providers is buying AOL for $4.4 million. AOL’s properties include The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, Engadget, MAKERS and AOL.com Verizon said Tuesday that they…

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Tom Brady Suspended 4 Games by NFL

Tom Brady Suspended 4 Games by NFL

The NFL Suspended New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the next season due to his role in a plot to deflate footballs in the…

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TPP: Race to the bottom

TPP: Race to the bottom

Undercover documentaries reveal horrible working conditions in parts of Asia, raising questions about America’s ability to regulate trade partners practices. Ed Schultz, Charles Kernaghan, Jim Keady and Lori Wallach discuss.

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Rising tide a national security threat

Rising tide a national security threat

Ed Schultz returns to his hometown of Norfolk, Virginia, where the largest naval station in the world is battling climate change for part four of his week-long series, “Rising Tide:…

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Political disconnect on climate change

Political disconnect on climate change

Local officials in South Florida work to keep her towns dry while battling powerful climate change deniers like Rick Scott and Marco Rubio. Ed Schultz takes an in depth look…

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GOP lawmakers ignore climate science

GOP lawmakers ignore climate science

The rising tide is coming ashore in South Florida and the scientists say we don’t have much time. Ed Schultz takes an in depth look during his week-long series,

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Hate groups and free speech

Hate groups and free speech

Two gunmen are dead in Garland, Texas, after the individuals tried to attack an anti-Muslim event. Ed Schultz, Dean Obeidallah and Mark Potok discuss the liberties of free speech and…

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