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Willie's London: Day 3

Willie's London: Day 3

07/26/12 01:58PM

In this edition of WTE Cocktail Party Knowledge of the 2012 Olympic Games, Willie breaks down beach volleyball, men's basketball and the intense sport of power walking.  read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Thursday, July 26, 2012

07/26/12 11:23AM

ORDINARY LEADERS, EXTRAORDINARY TIMESBY JOE SCARBOROUGHPOLITICOMitt Romney and Barack Obama seek to lead a country caught in an economic downfall that neither candidate seems capable of reversing because both lack the vision of a Roosevelt or a Ronald Reagan. The realities of that 30-year economic decline became inevitable as soon as those... read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, July 26

07/26/12 05:46AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Obama reaches out to black voters with new programNBC exclusive: Romney says new gun laws won't make 'bad things go away'150 attend first Colo. shooting funeralNYT: Weather extremes buckle US infrastructureSenate approves Democratic... read more

Romney remains on the defensive about tax...

Romney remains on the defensive about tax returns

07/25/12 08:00PM

Top talkers: Bloomberg’s Josh Tyrangiel, Christie Hefner of the Center for American Progress and a Morning Joe panel discusses Mitt Romney’s refusal to release any more tax returns . The conversation then turns to the reinvention of Karl Rove and the... watch

Graham Nash on digital vs. analog

07/25/12 02:01PM

"I don't believe so," music legend and member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Graham Nash, said today on Morning Joe when asked if he is paid fairly for his music that appears on Spotify, an online music streaming service.CNBC's Brian Sullivan asked this of Nash by way of discussing Apple's latest figures and... read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, July 25, 2012

07/25/12 11:16AM

HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHTBY MAUREEN DOWDNEW YORK TIMESRomney spent $100,000 in state funds to replace office computers at the end of his term as governor and on the cusp of his 2008 presidential race, “as part of an unprecedented effort to keep his records secret,” reported Mark Hosenball of Reuters. ...“Also before he left office, the governor’s... read more

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