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Fox News Star Megyn Kelly Inches Closer To Bill O’Reilly In Ratings

Bill O'Reilly

Megyn Kelly‘s interview with the Duggars didn’t go over very well in a lot of quarters. Even though NPR is a left-leaning organization that usually criticizes Fox News, their television critic Eric Deggans said what a lot of others thought about the interview. “It seemed to be pretty much about helping the Duggars salvage their… Read more »

SoundCloud Has An Agreement With Merlin, Now Eyeing The Future

SoundCloud Merlin Deal

SoundCloud, the site that offers visitors music from independent artists, is changing. After years of looking into ways of acquiring music license deals, including an ill-fated deal with Sony, the highly-trafficked site finally found a taker. SoundCloud and Merlin will partner up, offering an improved ad-revenue sharing program for independent musicians. The news was reported… Read more »

Joan Walsh: The Duggars Have A ‘Twisted Persecution Complex’

Joan Walsh Tees Off On Duggars and Megyn Kelly

Liberal columnist Joan Walsh of Salon is not afraid to voice unpopular opinions, but with one of her latest columns on the embattled Duggar family, she may be shooting at fish in a barrel. Following a Fox News interview Wednesday night that was not well-received, Walsh took aim at how most of the interview attempted… Read more »

United Nations Journalist ‘Training Program’ Will Pay News Outlets $25,000 To $100,000 To Cover Agenda


The United Nations has rolled out a journalist training program in a bid to increase media coverage of the organization’s controversial global agenda. The efforts were designed to increase public interest and media attention to the U.N.’s national “post-2015 development process” by paying news outlets $25,000 to $100,000 to attend the training sessions. However, many… Read more »

Bill O’Reilly Blasts New York Times’ Charles Blow For False Accusations

Bill O'Reilly

Bill O’Reilly never likes when he is misquoted and he didn’t hold back Thursday evening on his show when talking about New York Times reporter Charles Blow, who wrote about O’Reilly’s alleged hatred towards poverty-stricken individuals. “Charles Blow, who writes for the New York Times, put forth another deceptive column about the incident. Using out-of-context… Read more »

Inge Lehmann: Danish Seismologist Honored In Quaking Google Doodle

Google honors Inge Lehmann with an animated Google doodle.

Inge Lehmann, a Danish Seismologist and geophysicist that discovered that the Earth has an inner and outer core, is being honored Wednesday by Google with an animated Google doodle on what would be her 127th birthday. The latest animated Google doodle remembers Inge Lehmann, who is an inspiration to all young women who dream of… Read more »