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Click3: Did you see what happened to the market today?

Charles Forelle of the Wall Street Journal points out that today's stock market "flash crash" had a lot to do with a fake tweet sent from the Associated Press's Twitter account; a twitter fan points us to North Dakota news anchor AJ Clemente's on-air f-bomb, his subsequent firing, and now the swarms of fans flocking to Twitter and Facebook asking Clemente's former employer to reconsider the decision; prosecutors drop charges against Paul Kevin Curtis-- a man previously accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and Senator Roger Wicker.