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Watch Facebook's Emojis Tell You How They Really Feel About Mark Zuckerberg
He's not going to "like" this one.
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Mark Zuckerberg Doesn't Really Want Facebook To Be Regulated
But don't you dare call it a monopoly!
Game Change: Cheney Opens Himself to Subpoena Regarding 9/11, Iraq, Torture and Valerie Plame
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When Dick Cheney appears before Congress to answer questions about his actions that caused the death and maiming of hundreds of thousands of people, some from incompetence, some as a result of outright lying- -- then he can come talk to us about Hillary Clinton testifying again.
Military Suicides Rise, Despite 900 Programs
Founder, Deep Streams Institute and Coming Home Project
Not facing and addressing the appropriate depth of experience is ill-informed and borders on malpractice. The more things change, the saying goes, more they stay the same. As more and more die by their own hand. It is shameful.
SEC Chair Mary L. Schapiro Says Americans Losing Faith in Markets
Schapiro's comments also followed the release of a report last week by financial research and advisory firm Tabb Group indicating
President and majority owner, Farr, Miller & Washington, LLC
No matter what anyone tells you, it stands to reason that this European crisis is significant and will be around for quite a while longer. What will markets do?
Steve Landsburg, University Of Rochester Professor, Defends Rush Limbaugh To Students' Outrage
"I am outraged that any professor would demean a student in this fashion," Seligman said in a statement. "To openly ridicule
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke: Big Banks Need 'More-Stringent' Rules
In copy of his Congressional testimony obtained by Reuters on Wednesday, Bernanke said the U.S. central bank was aiming to
Who's That Guy Behind Colbert?
Chief Creative Officer, bigSTORY
Opus Moreschi counterpoints Colbert's monologue perfectly. He's working the room with his eyes, his attention alternating between Colbert and members of the committee, like a scientist coolly observing an experiment.
Petraeus' Vow to Protect Soldiers: A True Commitment or Empty Promise?
Since 2001, over 22,600 soldiers have been pressed into signing such documents, affirming a pre-existing condition, making them ineligible for disability benefits, saving the military billions of dollars.
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This Week in Cheating: Goldman Testifies
TheFinalEdition.com, Get Rich Cheating, Bill Hicks Spirit Award
As Goldman Sachs prepares to testify before Congress, The Cheater offers a few proven tricks.
Taking Action for Arts Education: Charles Segars
Charles Segars, Chair of the Campaign to Save Arts Education for LAUSD, spoke with ForYourArt about arts advocacy after his testimony in support of the measure to appropriate $180 million for the NEA.
Forget Ritual Suicide, What About Joe Barton's Political Suicide?
Oh, how that sneaky Rep. Joseph Cao (R-LA) toys with our emotions! We never know how we're gonna feel about him (okay, pretty
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