HuffPost TV: Sam Stein: Narrative Stacked Against Lame-Duck Democrats (VIDEO)

HuffPost reporter Sam Stein appeared on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” Friday night to discuss Tuesday’s midterm elections and the coming lame-duck session of Congress. “They do have the reins of power until January,” Stein told guest host Cenk Uygur. “But obvious questions about what can be done in the session — primarily because the narrative […]

Youth Radio — Youth Media International: Downtown Oakland Before and After Mehserle Sentence (Photos)

Originally published on, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Nick Bellizzi and Denise Tejada Scenes from downtown streets moments before and after former BART transit cop Johannes Mehserle was sentenced. Youth Radio/Youth Media International (YMI) is youth-driven converged media production company that delivers the best youth news, culture and […]

Speaker Pelosi running for House minority leader

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi ended speculation that she may quietly step aside after her Democrats lost midterm elections, announcing on Friday she will run for minority leader in the new Republican-led chamber next year. Read the full story from Reuters

Adam Green: 100,000 sign petition for Olbermann

As Danny Shea, Sam Stein, and others are well documenting, Keith Olbermann’s suspension is getting a ton of attention. The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is organizing the public to do something about it. In just a few hours, 50,000, 75,000, 100,000, 150,000 MSNBC viewers signed our petition saying: “Keith Olbermann made your network a success. […]

2010 Elections: 11 Undecided Races

WASHINGTON — Here are the congressional and gubernatorial races that remain uncalled after Tuesday’s election: ___ Senate Alaska – Write-in ballots accounted for 41 percent of the votes counted so far, with Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski the most prominent of some 160 registered write-in candidates. Republican Joe Miller trailed with 34.3 percent of the vote. […]