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  1. power
    Chris Matthews Joked About ‘Bill Cosby Pill’ Before Interviewing Hillary ClintonIn exclusive footage obtained by the Cut, the Hardball host jokes about slipping Hillary Clinton a “Cosby pill” ahead of interviewing her.
  2. donald trump
    Cher on Trump Supporters: ‘We Are Going to Kick Their Ass’“His supporters always call us whiners, but we are going to kick their ass.”
  3. Sex, Lies, and CooperstownFifty years later, locals are still reluctant to talk about what was in that book.
  4. Heilemann on Hardball: Bill Clinton Almost Like Obama Running MateYou now see him almost like a running mate if you look at the Obama ads.”
  5. MSNBC Apologizes for Reporting Romney’s Use of Ku Klux Klan PhraseThe controversial phrase is “Keep America American.”
  6. John Heilemann on Hardball: Qaddafi Death BacklashSome Republicans say the mission wasn’t worth the risks.
  7. Yemeni People Protest Deal Offering President Saleh ImmunityWe the youth of revolution reject any proposal that does not hold Saleh accountable for the killing over 140 revolution protesters.”
  8. Egyptian Vice-President Meets With Muslim Brotherhood; Anderson Cooper Leaves EgyptAnd Hillary Clinton spoke with Ahmed Shafiq.
  9. Key Members of Egypt’s Ruling Party ResignIncluding Mubarak’s son.
  10. Straight-Talking Former Federal Prosecutor Is Getting the SEC to Actually Apply ThemselvesRobert Khuzami has turned on a small light in a dark room.
  11. your bark is much worse than your bite
    Paula Abdul’s Efforts to Play Hardball Thwarted As Her Asking Price Drops 40 Percent in One WeekMaybe she should hire Ari Gold.
  12. whoa
    Vulture’s Complete Field Guide to the Facial Expressions of Keanu ReevesComplete with our patented Kean-u-meter™!
  13. Chris Matthews Lets Conservative Blowhard Self-DetonateIn an incredibly awesome clip from last night’s ‘Hardball,’ Matthews pins down conservative radio host Kevin James on his utter ignorance.
  14. art candy
    The Multitasking BuddhaRudolf Stingel, the art critics’ darling whose highly anticipated retrospective opened this weekend at the Whitney, has a funny way of exploring artistic process. While he’s best known for his colossal minimalist constructions (Styrofoam “canvases,” transformative installations — both of which are on view at the Whitney), we kind of like the look of this multitasking Buddha: a tranquil (though perhaps maniacal) take on artistic apprenticeship.