The Starting Point team get a little rowdy talking about a new 'face slapping' treatment at a massage parlor in San Francisco.
The Starting Point team looks at Rep. Todd Akin's comments likening Democratic rival Sen. Claire McCaskill to a "dog."
One debate zinger trending this morning isn’t from the presidential showdown. It’s a moment between two female senate candidates in New York, Democratic incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand and Republican challenger Wendy Long, during their only debate. Moderator Liz Benjamin asked the two women if they had read the popular erotic novel, “50 Shades of Grey.” Was that appropriate? The “Starting Point” panel weighs in.
A middle school in New Mexico moves to ban Flaming Hot Cheetos because a health teacher says they are a health hazard.
A football coach in Utah faces criminal charges this morning for knocking out a 13-year-old player on the opposing team.
Michelle Dunaj is dying of leukemia and says she was "humiliated" by the TSA on her "end of life" trip to Hawaii.
A Maryland teen was caught on camera being bullied during an interview explaining why he was fighting back against bullying.
The "Starting Point" team look at a NJ.com report claiming a 'shocking' lapse in security at Newark International Airport.
A North Carolina mother is furious after her seven-year-old daughter’s teacher cut off seven inches of her daughter’s hair. The elementary school student has Down’s syndrome and thought she was being punishment. The teacher claims she did it because the youth would not stop playing with her hair.
Misouri Senator Todd Akin told the Kansas City Star that his Democratic opponent Claire McCaskill was much more "ladylike" in her 2006 race. Akin described her as a "wildcat" this time around.