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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - John King
CNN's John King said Sunday morning that Democrats in key races are distancing themselves from President Obama, calling him "detached" in his handling of the V.A. scandal.
CNN is reviving its "Inside Politics" show with John King as host and adding it to the network's Sunday morning lineup.
MSNBC host Al Sharpton railed against CNN's John King Wednesday night, not because he gave a report that later proved to be false, but because he described a supposed suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing as a "dark-skinned male."
CNN is canceling John King's evening news show, making him the first victim of the network's bad stretch in the ratings.
Only six of 43 cars made it unscathed to the finish line of the Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway.
In a matter of minutes, rookie John King went from wrecking the leader to celebrating in Victory Lane.
There is growing consternation in Republican circles and among conservatives over why Republicans keep allowing the various Communist, leftist and otherwise anti-American TV networks to host GOP debates.
Newt Gingrich is denying that he ever asked his ex-wife for an open marriage and is angrily denouncing the moderator of Thursday night's Republican debate for raising the issue.
CNN anchor John King tells Inside the Beltway there is no truth to rumors that the five remaining Republican presidential hopefuls will be "unleashed" in Thursday night's debate, or that the 18th encounter among rivals will devolve into mayhem.
Together onstage for the first New Hampshire debate of the 2012 presidential campaign, the Republican field of candidates Monday took aim at President Obama, saying that despite trillions of dollars of spending and tax breaks, he has left the country in what one called "the Obama depression."
Donald Trump has been saying things about himself and others lately that are untrue, suggesting that he has a tendency to make up his own reality as he goes along.
CNN, desperately hurting for ratings, is making national news again, but not for good reporting - for absurd reporting.
Joe at the ready
Joe at the ready