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Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace surprised viewers and many of his colleagues yesterday by announcing that this would be his last show and he was leaving the network, effective immediately. Shortly after, CNN announced the hiring of Wallace to be an anchor on their upcoming streaming service, CNN Plus. Read more»

Here we go again. Americans clamor for the exits, leaving behind innocent blood and sophisticated weapons for jubilant irregulars who humiliated them with antiquated guns and makeshift bombs. Next time, America risks bumbling into another unwinnable war with an adversary that can hit back hard - and closer to home. Read more»

Albert Bourla, DVM, Ph.D. and chief executive officer for Pfizer, has received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, contrary to statements made on a recent video posted to Facebook.

The chief executive officer for Pfizer, Albert Bourla, has gotten his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, he told Axios in early March. But a video posted to Facebook on March 24 is blaring the false claim: “Pfeizer CEO refuses [vaccine],” with an emoji that looks like the SARS-CoV-2 virus and a syringe. Read more»

Trump at a February 19, 2020, campaign rally at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix.

In a scathing report recounting his complaints about individual media outlets and journalists, calls for changes to libel laws and prosecution of leakers, a journalism advocacy group said President Trump’s treatment of the press has eroded public trust in the media. Read more»

Mayor Pete Buttiegig's claim that climate change will cut oxygen levels in half misreads ocean data.

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's claim that the oxygen supply will be cut in half extrapolates a claim to a degree that doesn't hold water, just hot air. Read more»

Mick Mulvaney at CPAC in February 2018.

Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney's claim about 17,000 arrests of criminals at the southern border proves to be misleading, in part because those numbers include all ports of entry. Read more»

Bauserman in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 19, 2017.

A series of conspiracy posts, along with reported anti-Muslim and anti-LGBT comments, have cost a Tucson political activist her job in the Trump administration. Christine Bauserman resigned from the Interior Department on Wednesday, with officials saying her posts were "inappropriate and unacceptable." Read more»

Sen. John McCain claimed on a Sunday talk show that “we were told there would never be a case of Ebola in the United States.” Not exactly. Read more» 1

State Sen. Al Melvin goes toe to toe (well, not THAT close) with CNN's Anderson Cooper in defense of SB 1062. Read more»

During a visit to Southeast Asia, President Obama became the first American president to visit Myanmar, and took the opportunity to meet longtime opposition politician Aung San Suu Kyi. Read more»

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Woops! CNN and Fox News this morning incorrectly reported that the U.S. Supreme Court had ruled President Barack Obama's health care mandate unconstitutional. (with video) Read more»

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks to Soledad O'Brien on CNN on Wednesday.

Flub comes a day after Romney swept the Florida primary, and the sound bite in which he says, "I'm not concerned about the very poor," could haunt him in the general election if he becomes the GOP nominee. Read more» 2

The Republican nominating process is shining light in some dark places. It’s a little embarrassing. Read more» 1

An audience connected by video reacts to the CNN/Tea Party Debate in Tampa, Fla.

As the presidential hopefuls took part in the CNN/Tea Party debate in Tampa, Fla., roughly 175 Arizona voters sat in front of CNN cameras as a satellite audience. Read more»

The incident reduced CNN's Anderson Cooper to a giggling, teary mess, barely able to squeak out "Sorry, this has never happened to me" as he recounted "news" of Gerard Depardieu being thrown off an Air France flight for urinating in the middle of a packed cabin. Read more» 1

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