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  1. Justin Bieber Calls U.S. 'Evil'

    Canadian cutie makes controversial comments in Rolling Stone

  2. Personal Tech: The Dilemma of Crowdsourcing

    Online world becomes aware of the double-edged sword of user-generated content

  3. Aims To Act Hyperlocal

    Website provides high quality neighborhood news by using local voices to serve their communities

  4. Anti-Walmart Protesters Target Developer's Home

    Flyer urges activists to go to D.C. man's doorstep

  5. Rove: Time for GOP to Deliver

    The Architect says Republicans are on probation following election wins

  6. Internet Insanity

    HuffPo goes after Palin's son with Down syndrome and kid posts nude pics of mom

  7. Obama as 'Vacationer-in-Chief'

    First family plans fifth vacation since July to Martha's Vineyard

  8. What Would You Ask?

    Panel members discuss President Obama's press conference

  9. Mr. Popular!

    Glenn Beck on being named second most popular person on TV

  10. The One Thing: 5/18

    Why Obama is merging the EPA with churches

  11. Don't Laugh?

    When it comes to political humor is Obama off limits?

  12. Big Hollywood

    Andrew Breitbart unveils latest brainstorm

  1. Dems Taking Shots at Obama

    Former DNC Chairman Howard Dean among party members saying president is out of touch with voters

  2. Giffords' Surgeon: U.S. Needs Better Gun Background Checks

    NRA president Wayne LaPierre on Tucson shooting, gun control laws

  3. 2012 Contender?

    Alan talks with Mike Huckabee about some recent comments he made and a possible 2012 run for president.

  4. Robert Hurt Takes on Incumbent, Obama

    GOP House candidate on president's emergency campaign stop for his opponent

  5. U.S. Considering Aiding Libyan Rebels?

    Obama and covert operations in Libya

  6. Bias Bash: War in Libya

    Mainstream media's differing opinions of Libyan war

  7. Second Break: 3/11

    Panel weighs in on the New York Times, Fox News,

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