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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Michael Clemente
The on-air spectacle of Fox News analyst Karl Rove publicly questioning his network's call of the election for Barack Obama happened because Rove and Fox's decision desk both had pieces to a puzzle that the other wasn't aware of, a network executive said Wednesday.
President Barack Obama worried and Republicans celebrated when they first heard the news. But not so fast: In the split-second rush to report the Supreme Court's health care decision Thursday, CNN and Fox News Channel got it wrong.
Patrick Cullen almost certainly won't be selected tonight during the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, and there is a chance he won't be among the names called tomorrow in rounds two through seven.
"His wisdom is enduring and his achievements are far too long to list," says Michael Clemente, his new boss.
Fox News Executive Vice President Michael Clemente said part of the network's interest in Mr. Kurtz was because of his social media savvy.