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  • Trump to Moderate Republican Debate
  • Donald Trump Says President Obama's grandmother caught on tape saying she witnessed his birth in Kenya
  • Is it ridiculous, a sign of the times or just fine for a Transportation Security Administration agents to pat down a 6-year-old?
  • How do they make so much money? Where does it come from? How can hedge fund firms with fewer than 100 employees make as much profit as firms with thousands of employees?
  • Lego Tower Sets Record in Brazil
  • Whatever Obama's motives in Libya, by conforming to a pre-existing American penchant for using force in the Greater Middle East, this president has chosen the wrong tool.
  • As you all know, Barry Bonds was convicted yesterday on a single count of rambling in the first degree.
  • Over the past month, BYU has been held up as a symbol of all that is decent in college sports for its unsparing treatment of Brandon Davies, the African-American basketball player who violated the school's honor code by reportedly having sex with his girlfriend.
  • Scientist Michio Kaku: When we hear "that things are stable, it's only stable in the sense that you're dangling from a cliff hanging by your fingernails."
  • Scientist Michio Kaku: When we hear "that things are stable, it's only stable in the sense that you're dangling from a cliff hanging by your fingernails."
  • The Real News |Egypt: Internet Down, Police Counter-terror Unit Deployed, In Suez, Weapons Looted and Turned on Police- AP Internet service in Egypt was disrupted and the government deployed an elite special operations force in Cairo on Friday, hours before an anticipated new wave of anti-government protests.
  • Minimize the damage. Interest and penalties can add up quickly. Say you owe $9,000 in taxes on your 2010 return. If you file your return by the April 18 deadline and send no money -- but pay your tax debt in full three months later -- you'll owe $9,658, including interest and late-payment penalties, according to estimates calculated by Jackson Hewitt Tax Services.
  • Republicans quickly declared President Obama's Wednesday speech on the deficit to be an inadequate response to the nation's fiscal challenges, while Democrats hailed it.
  • If you're confused about whether the budget deal Friday night was good or bad, give this rundown of the Republican victories by House Speaker John Boehner a read, from the Speaker's blog:
  • Yesterday, following on his ruling this Spring that the NSA's warrantless wiretapping of an Islamic charity's lawyers in 2004 violated federal surveillance law, Judge Vaughn Walker in the Northern District of California federal court issued his final order in the case of Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation v. Obama.
  • A Libyan-American telecom exec in Abu Dhabi has launched an independent phone network in Libya, connecting users in rebel-held parts of east Libya whose network had been shut down by Libyan leader Moammar Ghadafi.
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