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Today in show business news: Steven Soderbergh is headed to television, Intervention will intervene no more, and USA is sending camp kids to battle.
Nicholas Kristof on life in Zimbabwe, E. J. Dionne on the consequences of fighting regulation, and more
After a rough week for conservatives, the Twitterati are getting their kicks in
"There is content everywhere. You just have to see it."
David Remnick's 'The Bridge' gets really, really positive reviews
Keith Payne on the nuclear zero vision, Hadley Freeman on rebranding Christianity, and more
WestWingReport on the Obama-Karzai rift, a March Madness quip from Mother Jones, and more
Michael Knox Beran on the decline of civil society, Rebecca Traister on Bruce Springsteen's infidelity, and more
In his first open Q&A since the scandal, he owns up to failures
Ronald Brownstein on Democratic solidarity, Paul Krugman on fool-proofing financial reform, and more
It was all fun and games until the movie actually came out
The paper's praise for "gossip" bloggers is a bit backhanded
Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign doesn't please everyone
Gail Collins on Romney's liberal cred, Nicholas Kristof on China's leadership woes, and more
America does a double-take at the jumpy Brit
Thomas Friedman on the Karzai problem, Steven Pearlstein on making hard choices, and more
Beck and O'Reilly are sitting pretty while Andersoon Cooper bleeds viewers
The Twitterverse gears up for Round 2 of slamming the RNC
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