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From the April 2 Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a Fallon monologue illustrated by some local Milwaukee television news with a surprising twist about Hank, a stray dog who has become a mascot for the Brewers baseball team.



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On the April 11 edition of FNC's The Kelly File, MRC's Brent Bozell talked about how the broadcast networks had a snarky reaction when an Iraqi man threw his shoes at then-President Bush in 2008, but had a very different reaction when a woman threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton this week.



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[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] All three network morning shows on Friday highlighted the departure of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius with Good Morning America's Jon Karl insisting that the exit was a "chance for her to leave on a relatively high note." CBS's Jan Crawford insisted  that "Sebelius made clear the decision to leave was hers." Over on NBC's Today, Chuck Todd dished dirt, explaining, "In



[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] You don't often hear interview subjects challenging prominent journalists on their ex-wives. But that's what happened on Monday's CBS This Morning. Reporter Anthony Mason interviewed Kiss singer and guitarist Paul Stanley on the band's entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.



[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] Chris Matthews did his best on Wednesday to get Jimmy Carter to fulsomely endorse Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, but just couldn't quite get a satisfying answer. In an interview on Hardball, Matthews began by noting how the former president has been "championing the cause" of "equal rights for women." He pressed, "Has a woman president -- has that time arrived?