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Here are the lyrics from every parody performed this weekend at the Gridiron dinner by nearly 100 journalists and a handful of vocally-blessed ringers with truly great voices.
Here's what self-defense expert Melissa Soalt says female journalists need to have: The mindset of a Marine, the heart of a lioness, and the knowledge of a security director.
The U.S. invasion of Iraq toppled Saddam Hussein, but it may have robbed Iraqis of eventually pursuing a home-grown victory. With Libya, U.S. officials remember such pitfalls of intervention.
Even threatening to set up a no-fly zone would be a "deterrent" that might discourage Gadhafi's warplanes from trying to attack rebel positions, McCain argued.
If unions want public support, they've got to support the public by broadening their horizons and championing the cause of all workers, not just their members.
From outside the Oval Office, it's easy for the GOP to carp about how Obama is handling Egypt and Libya, and to grandstand about how confrontational they'd be in his place.
The president, in a phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Saturday, said the Libyan dictator forfeited his claim to power after using 'mass violence against his own people.'
A manual on how to transform dictatorships into democracies, written more than 25 years ago, resurfaces as the Mideast roils. Its message still resonates.
My heart breaks to see brave Libyans fall because of a corrupt leader. But I'm also gladdened to see such heroism and sacrifice. I suspect it's in our DNA, because you can find evidence in history, no matter how far back you go.
The London School of Economics, where Saif al-Islam Gadhafi earned two degrees, cuts ties with him and suspends a program financed by his charity.
Does exposure to extremist views enlighten young people or radicalize them? Divergent responses are shaping policy -- and attitudes -- in Britain.
And it's getting kinda crowded.
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