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Aspirin – a wonder drug?

Aspirin – a wonder drug?

05/30/12 08:00PM

While skin cancer is the most common form of the disease in the U.S. – affecting more than $2 million people each year – a new study suggests that a daily dose of aspirin could actually reduce its risks. Dr. Ezezkiel Emanuel and Dr. Nancy Snyderman... watch

Kathy Ireland – a model of success

Kathy Ireland – a model of success

05/30/12 08:00PM

From supermodel to business mogul Kathy Ireland has built a multimillion dollar licensing empire on her name and was featured on the cover of Forbes Magazine in February. Ireland joins Morning Joe to discuss. watch

Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, May 30, 2012

05/30/12 01:04PM

The Massacre at HoulaEditorialNew York TimesA United Nations arms embargo and the toughest possible comprehensive economic sanctions are long overdue. Russia has the most leverage, but, inexcusably, it still sells arms and coal to Syria and uses its Mediterranean port of Tartus. We can see no easy solutions to Syria, despite Mitt Romney’s facile criticism of President Obama. In a campaign statement issued on Tuesday, Mr. Romney called for “more assertive measures to end the Assad regime.” ... read more

An excerpt from Douglas Brinkley's 'Cronkite'

An excerpt from Douglas Brinkley's 'Cronkite'

05/30/12 06:19AM

On March 3, 1981, just three days before Cronkite ceded the CBS Evening News spot to Dan Rather, President Reagan sat down with the broadcast legend for an hourlong exclusive interview from the White House. Reagan had been a bona fide fan ever since Cronkite took over the anchor chair in 1962. The cordiality between the two was self-evident. Cronkite started out by asking Reagan about the Middle East, the Soviet Union, and the struggling economy. Toward the end of the interview Reagan, in a reversal, became the kindhearted inquirer. read more

Morning Headlines: Wednesday, May 30

05/30/12 05:54AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?With Texas win, Romney secures delegates to win nominationUK court upholds extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over sex caseRomney's birth certificate evokes his father's controversyGOP groups plan $1 billion blitzObama's negative feedback loopIn Vegas, Romney claims the nomination, but the focus is on TrumpGuitar picking master Doc Watson dies at 89Judges to pass sentence on Charles TaylorTropical Depression Beryl headed back to AtlanticBob Dylan is honored by president with Medal of Freedom read more

Tea Party favorite causes stir in Texas...

Tea Party favorite causes stir in Texas GOP primary

05/29/12 08:00PM

Politico Playbook: In Tuesday's GOP primary, which saw Mitt Romney take enough votes to clinch the party's nomination, the state's voters also went to the polls in a Senate primary to choose a seat being vacated by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison. Politico's... watch

Romney clinches GOP nomination, so what...

Romney clinches GOP nomination, so what happens now?

05/29/12 08:00PM

After Tuesday's Texas GOP primary, Mitt Romney was able to clinch the party's nomination with more than the 1144 delegates needed. Vanity Fair's Carl Bernstein and the Washington Post's David Ignatius join a conversation on why the race between Romney... watch

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