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Michelle Obama's Top 10 for 2010: 'Let's Move!,' Dancing in India, and That Spain Vacation

-Lynn Sweet

From championing healthy eating to dancing in India, it's been a busy and productive year for one of the most popular political figures in the nation.

Sarah Palin, in Haiti, Urges Americans 'Not to Forget' Stricken Nation

-Tom Kavanagh

Noting that severe problems afflicted Haiti even before last January's devastating quake, the former Alaska governor said her fellow citizens should "get out of your comfort zone and volunteer to help."

Zombie Nation: A Political Virus in the Walking Dead Among Us

-Suzi Parker

America's fascination with sexy vampires has shifted to marauding zombies -- or living dead. It's a sad but apt metaphor for our politics, our economy and our environment.

George Clooney and His Emmy: Not Just a Pretty Face

-Mia Navarro

Clooney used his humanitarian-award acceptance speech to remind viewers that disaster areas need our help "long after the cameras have gone away."

Wyclef Jean Ruled Ineligible for Haitian Presidency

-Alex Wagner

Electoral commission cites singer's failure to meet several legal requirements -- including establishing residency in Haiti.

Wyclef Jean Says It's True: He's Running for President of Haiti

-Tom Diemer

Wyclef Jean, U.S.-based singer and guitarist, says he will run for president of his native land, which is still recovering from the earthquake.

Bill Clinton Returns to Haiti on Six-Month Anniversary of Earthquake

-Christopher Weber

Bill Clinton returned to Haiti Monday to mark the six-month anniversary of the devastating earthquake.

Afghanistan Journal: Why I Wouldn't Have Written the McChrystal Story

-David Wood

If Gen. McChrystal had deep, bitter disagreements with the White House, Michael Hastings should have written that story. But he chose to go with trash-talk.

U.S. Troops Depart Haiti Five Months After Earthquake

-Christopher Weber

Most U.S. troops deployed to Haiti since January's catastrophic earthquake were set to pull out Tuesday, leaving United Nations forces and civilian aid organizations to help rebuild the battered nation.

Legislation Calls for Haiti's Debt to Be Canceled

-Christopher Weber

The House sent a bill to President Obama that would take steps to relieve Haiti of an estimated $828 million in international debt, to help the island nation recover from January's catastrophic earthquake.

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