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Bush dodges appearance by Assange, who couldn't possibly come, and cancels speech in Denver.
The way things are going Julian Assange might be safer in one of the newly freed Arab nations.
Gaddafi gets more breaks than a Hollywood celebrity.
Libyan leader Gaddafi is hiding as protesters appear on the brink of taking power.
Facebook, Twitter, Wikileaks—they all inform the world beyond anything possible in the age of mere television.
Egypt's overthrow of Mubarak could lead to another world-wide wave: demands for the return of art removed without permission by colonial rulers or stolen by Hitler.
The Grammys dishonored the memory of Teddy Pendergrass with an aborted tribute this week.
With Arabs demanding freedom in country after country, it may be impossible for all the sultans' horses and all the king's men to put the Middle East back together again.
New evidence from Sweden suggests a female activist prosecutor is behind Assange's rape charges.
Egyptian opposition rejects claims of progress