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Montevideo American-News
Updated at 10:58 AM

There were plenty of TV-worthy moments in the Republican presidential debate on Fox News Thursday, but there were plenty that weren’t. The awkward, 10-minute lead-in as the moderators awkwardly commented on the stage, the audience, the logistics. Megyn Kelly’s green-lighting of a Facebook question about whether any of the candidates had a “word from God.” Chris Wallace taking us back to 1960s “Dragnet” by saying the crowd was “hepped up.”

Updated at 10:19 AM

The Band Perry also is The Family Perry.

Posted at 11:10 AM

In several respects, the latter of Thursday's two […]

Updated at 10:11 AM

If you’ve heard Fall Out Boy’s latest single, “Uma Thurman,” it doesn’t sound like anything else on the radio right now. And that was kind of the goal, says bassist Pete Wentz — not to be consciously contrarian, mind you, but to make music unique...

Posted at 10:11 AM

(NewsUSA) - If people wanted their homes to look like all the others on the...

Updated at 9:41 AM

Thursday’s question-and-answer sessions with Republican presidential candidates — sorry, they weren’t debates — won’t clear the field and won’t create much separation in the polls, but they accomplished the top goal of party loyalists focused on...

Posted at 10:10 AM

(NewsUSA) - Families with young children now have their own space at...

Posted at 10:11 AM

Rosie O'Donnell is not going to let an insult from Republican presidential candidate

Posted at 10:11 AM

Stephen Colbert's first guest on

Updated at 7:52 AM

What has the death penalty taught us about American politics?

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