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  • Photos of the Day – U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland
    In today's pictures, the first company-sized contingent of U.S. paratroopers arrive in Poland, Keystone XL protestors set up camp in Washington D.C., Japan's PM pours Obama a drink, and ...
  • U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland
    Poland, nervous over Russia’s actions in Ukraine, welcomed 150 U.S. infantry troops. It’s just one of the four NATO countries where U.S. is dispatching troops. WSJ Washington bureau chie...
  • Boston Marathon Winner Keflezighi on Finishing First
    American marathon legend Meb Keflezighi talks to fellow Boston marathon runner and WSJ sports writer Matthew Futterman about his historic win and the first Boston title for an American i...
  • Jerry Seib: Biden's Strategic Ukraine Checklist
    Vice President Joe Biden visited Ukraine in a show of solidarity Tuesday. The United States is revealing a more solidified plan to help the government by offering aid and loans just befo...
  • Anti-Keystone Protesters Trot Into Washington
    Cattle ranchers, landowners, and representatives of Native American tribes marched and rode on horseback to the National Mall in protest of the Keystone XL pipeline on Tuesday.

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  • How to Prevent the Next Heartbleed
    Security expert Ronald Gula of Tenable Network Security tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that a full auditing of business networks will help prevent a repeat of the Heartbleed debacle for consu...
  • Getting Out the Vote in India
    India is the world's largest democracy, and every time parliamentary elections roll around, it becomes the world's largest obstacle course for election officials. The Wall Street Journal...
  • Facebook Earnings: Results Surge on Ad Revenue
    Facebook displayed new evidence of its ad momentum, posting a big increase in first-quarter earnings that will give the company more resources to challenge bigger players in the technolo...
  • Photos of the Day – U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland
    In today's pictures, the first company-sized contingent of U.S. paratroopers arrive in Poland, Keystone XL protestors set up camp in Washington D.C., Japan's PM pours Obama a drink, and ...
  • Pro-Russia Protests a Mirror of Kiev? Not Quite
    As pro-Russia activists continue to occupy government buildings in eastern Ukraine, some compare the movement to earlier pro-Europe protests in Kiev. But there's one thing missing: crowd...

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  • A Weiner By Any Other Name
    What's in a name? Embattled Nashville metro council candidate Sheri Weiner, who shares her last name with Rep. Anthony Weiner, struggles to convince voters she has no relation to the scan...
  • Whoopi Responds to Racist Rant
    Hell hath no fury like a Whoopi Goldberg scorned. Watch her turn the tables on a Fox News anchor's stereotype of rapper speak. The lesson? Mimicking goes both ways, and two can play that ...
  • The Most Offensive Attack Ad Ever
    This ad from Turn Right USA makes Christine O'Donnell's witch spot seem normal. The PAC slams California Democrat Janice Hahn in an incredibly racist and sexist commercial.
  • Simmon's Uncomfortable Family Jewels
    Well, this isn't uncomfortable: Shannon Tweed stormed out of an interview on The Joy Behar Show when husband KISS frontman Gene Simmons referenced his famous philandering. Catch the full ...
  • The GOP Debate Game Show
    America's Got...America? Jon Stewart quipped that the New Hampshire GOP debate was actually the most patriotic game show ever, thanks to the hard hitting questions about pizza, Elvis, and...

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  • Video: More troops, more tension in Ukraine
    Steve Clemons joins Luke Russert to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, including 600 army paratroopers that have arrived in Eastern Europe. (Daily Rundown)
  • Video: Affirmative action decision divides court
    Amy Howe joins Luke Russert to discuss the Supreme Court’s 6-2 ruling to uphold Michigan’s ban on affirmative action and the Justices’ differing opinions on the issue. (Daily Rundown)
  • Video: Bob Dole fires back at Ted Cruz
    Manu Raju, Steve McMahon and Kim Alfano discuss former Sen. Bob Dole’s comments in Kansas about a lack of experience from first-termers like Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz. Is this the...
  • Video: Poll: Grimes virtually tied with McConnell
    Nate Cohn, from The Upshot, joins Luke Russert to discuss new polls from The New York Times and Kaiser Foundation that show hope for Democrats running for Senate seats in southern states...
  • Video: Obama to show 'more love' to Japan on trip
    Chuck Todd discusses Pres. Obama’s trip to Japan, where the President will address the rise of China and the United States’ commitment to Japan and South Korea. (Daily Rundown)

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  • Video: Could 2016 see an all-female ticket?
    Daily Fix: Mark Halperin and the Atlantic's Molly Ball join Andrea Mitchell to discuss a potential female running mate for Hillary Clinton if she chooses to run in 2016. (Andrea Mitchell)
  • Video: Georgia governor signs gun expansion bill
    Gov. Nathan Deal, R-Ga., signed legislation on Wednesday, April 23 allowing for the expansion of where state residents can carry their firearms legally. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez and Ever...
  • Video: Fired SC police chief shares her story
    Crystal Moore was the first female police chief for the town of Latta, South Carolina until she was fired by the town's mayor. Moore, who held the job for 20 years, believes she was fire...
  • Video: US citizen detained in Cuba 'not doing well'
    High-level meetings took place in Havana, Cuba today over the detention of American citizen Alan Gross, who has been imprisoned in Cuba for over four years. Gross' attorney, Scott Gilber...
  • Video: VP Biden sends tough message to Russia
    NBC’s Jim Maceda discusses the U.S. government’s $50 million aid package to Ukraine and Vice Pres. Joe Biden’s trip to Kiev, which included harsh words for Russia. (Andrea Mitchell)

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  • Diane Coffee, 'All The Young Girls'
    Diane Coffee's Shaun Fleming sings about lust, heartache and heartbreak while colorful clay figures form and meld in the video for "All The Young Girls," from the 2013 album My Friend Fish .
  • Lil Bibby: 'I Need $100 Million In My Bank Account'
    The rapper is a 19-year-old from Chicago with one mixtape, a high-profile co-sign and big dreams.
  • Federico Aubele: Tiny Desk Concert
    The Argentine singer-songwriter uses his dark, husky voice to produce a specific effect in the songs he performs at the NPR music offices: Together, they jell into one impressionistic mid...
  • KEXP Presents: Temples
    The young U.K. band has been touted by Britpop luminaries like Johnny Marr and Noel Gallagher, who've both fallen for Temples' shimmering and nostalgia-inducing debut, Sun Structures .
  • Usman Riaz: Tiny Desk Concert
    A young Pakistani musician treats the guitar as a percussion instrument — with surprisingly shimmering results. He also performs a piano piece he wrote at just 16.

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  • Dear Prudence: Meddlesome Pediatrician?
    Slate's advice columnist Prudence counsels a doctor about when it's acceptable to comment on parenting behavior outside of his practice.
  • How to Print a Bicycle
    Printing three-dimensional objects sounds like something out of Star Trek. But more and more people are using computer-designs to create 3-D items on specialized printers, just as they mi...
  • Osama, The Undead
    Illustrator Steve Brodner ponders how Bin Laden may haunt the world in his afterlife, in this episode of “Smashing Crayons.”
  • Dear Prudence: Secret Pregnancy
    Slate's advice columnist Prudence counsels a woman whose partner is afraid to tell her co-workers that she's pregnant.
  • Dear Prudence: Unwanted Dog Doting
    Slate's advice columnist Prudence counsels a woman who's fed up with people gawking at her tiny dogs.

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  • ioSafe SoloPro
    The ioSafe SoloPro is an unusually bulky and heavy external hard drive but it can safeguard your data against extreme heat and water submersion.
  • Samsung Eternity II
    If you can do without a physical keyboard, the Samsung Eternity II is a functional midrange phone for AT&T.
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (AT&T)
    The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 offers a slick, user-friendly design with a solid feature set and good call quality. We lament, however, that thedevice is stuck on Android 1.6.
  • Toshiba Satellite T235D-S1345
    The Toshiba Satellite T235D-S1345 is a solid, slim and affordable 13-inch tweener laptop for ultraportable computing, but in a landscape of thinner and faster alternatives it no longer st...
  • Livescribe Echo
    The Livescribe Echo is a ballpoint pen and voice recorder combination that preserves digital copies of your notes and recordings, perfect for students and professionals.

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  • Three Things to Know About Gift Cards
    Gift card exchange websites might seem like an easy solution for getting cash back from unwanted gift cards, but consumers should evaluate some gift card sites carefully before proceedin...
  • Tick Toq: Qualcomm Takes on the Smartwatch
    The Qualcomm Toq showcases some cool technology, but this smartwatch definitely isn't ready for prime time.
  • Motorola's Moto G Is the "Budget" Phone to Beat
    The new Moto G is a solid, mid-range Android smartphone available for $180 without a contract. AllThingsD's Lauren Goode goes through the pros and cons of the phone.
  • Game Time: Sony PlayStation 4
    Seven years after the PlayStation 3, Sony's next-gen game console is here. See what the PlayStation 4 has to offer and how it compares to the Xbox One.
  • Mossberg's Swan Song: 20 Years of Personal Tech
    Remember the Apple Newton? How about Netscape? Even if these products did not last until the present, they left their mark in the evolution of personal technology. For his final WSJ vide...

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  • Why Does Bonking Beer Bottles Trigger a Foam Eruption?
    It's the classic party prank: smack your beer bottle on top of someone else's and watch as their bottle wells over with a seemingly endless river of foam. As it turns out, the prank has s...
  • Robotic Needle Breaks Brain Clots
    Surgeons may soon have a new tool for treating patients with dangerous blood clots in the brain - a robotic needle that will suck the clot free without harming healthy tissue around it. -...
  • Bionic Kangaroo Demonstrates Big Leap in Robotics
    German engineering company, Festo, has unveiled its latest animal-inspired robot - a kangaroo that looks and behaves eerily like the real thing. -- Read more on
  • What Happens to Your Body after You Die?
    Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming t...
  • 5 Things Dark Matter Could Be - The Countdown #45
    Twenty-seven percent of the Universe is made of invisible dark matter. But what is it? In this episode, we cover the top five candidates that may fit the bill. Host/writer: Sophie... -- R...

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