VIDEO: Politically-Charged Ferguson Sketch «Cut For Time» From SNL

If anything, it’s “fake” news that has the freedom to go to a more earnest, emotional place than the mainstream media.

Is it possible to make a joke about Ferguson? This week’s "Saturday Night Live" went for humor in the face of horror, only to cut the sketch from air. The sketch, which was posted on the official "Saturday Night Live" YouTube page on Sunday, features a St. Louis morning news team struggling to keep up the smiley, rise-and-shine routine even as

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Comedian’s Free-Speech Struggle Accentuates Rifts In French Society

Dieudonné has popularized a gesture, the “quenelle,” meaning “We’re fed up,” but Jewish groups say it’s a Nazi salute in reverse.

BRUSSELS ---Many French people were no doubt glued to their radios or social networks Jan. 10 to follow what is probably one of the most incredible sagas in France’s history of freedom of expression. It all started when Interior Minister Manuel Valls sent a circular – a non-binding recommendation – earlier this month to all prefects (regional

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