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Tambourine man, Bob Dylan, wins Nobel Prize in Literature

Tambourine man, Bob Dylan, wins Nobel Prize in Literature

In a succinct statement, the Swedish Academy said Bob Dylan deserved the Nobel Prize “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” He is the first American to win the Prize in literature since Toni Morrison in 1993.


Che Guevara on Face the Nation

Che Guevara on Face the Nation

On December 13, 1964, Cuba’s Minister of Industries, Commander Ernesto Che Guevara, appeared on U.S. television in the program Face the Nation. Two days earlier, on Dec. 11, Che had delivered a historic speech in the General Assembly of the United Nations as a representative of the Republic of Cuba.


Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: ‘You should resign’

Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: ‘You should resign’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren unleashed a verbal barrage at Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf on Tuesday (Sept. 20), calling the embattled bank boss “gutless” and demanding he step down. “You should resign…You should be criminally investigated,” Warren told Stumpf during a fiery one-sided exchange at the Senate Banking Committee’s Wells Fargo hearing.


EpiPen abuser

EpiPen abuser

Democratic Senator Joe Manchin is the father of Mylan CEO Heather Bresch, the woman who ultimately made the decision to approve a 400% price hike for life-saving EpiPens. She then raised her salary 600% while making it almost impossible for families with children with allergies to purchase this life-saving drug.


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President Obama’s DNC speech: ‘Filled with faith; faith in America’
Tavis Smiley: Blue lives matter, but so do Black lives

Tavis Smiley: Blue lives matter, but so do Black lives

Talk show host Tavis Smiley reacts to Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke’s speech during the opening night of the Republican National Convention, where the sheriff spoke about police and the Black Lives Matter movement, the latter of which Clarke referred to as “anarchy.”


He was The Greatest

He was The Greatest

Muhammad Ali, the three-time world heavyweight boxing champion who helped define his turbulent times as the most charismatic and controversial sports figure of the 20th century, died on Friday in a Phoenix-area hospital. He was 74.


Hillary Clinton is ‘a very bright lady without the courage of her convictions’

Hillary Clinton is ‘a very bright lady without the courage of her convictions’

Former talk show host Jon Stewart talks of Hillary Clinton during an interview by former Obama aide David Axelrod.


Prince: ‘Peace is more than the absence of war’

Prince: ‘Peace is more than the absence of war’

“There ain’t no justice when there ain’t no peace.”


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