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Topic - Joseph Mccarthy
His stand against Obamacare ignites a prairie fire of opposition
Anderson Cooper closed one of five segments of his weeknight CNN show that he recently devoted to attacking principally Rep. Michele Bachmann with a genuflection toward an iconic newsman, Edward R. Murrow.
For those who lived through the prelude to World War II and then the Cold War, the current American dilemma dealing with Islam is all too familiar.
Tao Rodriguez-Seeger was halfway through Friday night's march down Broadway to support the Occupy Wall Street movement, a guitar strapped over his shoulder and his grandfather Pete Seeger at his side. Suddenly a New York City police officer stepped from the crowd and grabbed his elbow.
Joseph Wershba, a CBS News producer and reporter whose work on a pivotal 1954 expose on Sen. Joseph McCarthy was the centerpiece of the film "Good Night, and Good Luck" has died. He was 90.
This week, Rep. Peter T. King, New York Republican, will lead the House Homeland Security Committee, of which he is chairman, in hearings to assess the radicalization of American Muslims ("King charges the Saracens," Comment & Analysis, Tuesday).
A few moments into the new Broadway revival of "That Championship Season," the characters of James, a school principal in early 1970s Scranton, Pa., and Phil, a local businessman, bound onstage together, laughing.
Nearly a half-century after the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, that fateful November day in Dallas has produced numerous books and movies promoting or debunking conspiracy theories surrounding his death.
New York Mayor and multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg has voted with more than his feet, deserting a political party he believes is dominated by extreme elements that go far beyond the outer bounds of mainstream America. But whatever the excesses present in the Republican Party, the Democrats are no better. And, clearly, Mr. Bloomberg's repudiation of his party provoked a major tsunami of speculation about his future plans.
Getting it right
He bristles when others tell him what his stories mean, and once walked out of a class at UCLA where students insisted his book was about government censorship."