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Bailout vote could claim two more GOP lawmakers

One Republican senator lost his job because he voted for the 2008 bank bailout. Two other GOP lawmakers may be next.Full story

Police: Bikes stolen from Jenna Bush Hager's home

'Sex and City' author Bushnell doing 2 more books

Factbox: Key political risks to watch in U.S. oil spill

Drawing a line between free speech and terror

  Msnbc contributor Michael Isikoff talks about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a controversial Bush era anti-terror law.

Al-Qaida warns of new attacks deadlier than before

Al-Qaida's U.S.-born spokesman warned President Barack Obama Sunday that the militant group may launch new attacks that would kill more Americans than previous ones. Full story

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'Sex and City' author Bushnell doing 2 more books

Funding doubled for bicycling, walking projects

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Texas judge orders DNA test decade after execution

Labor updating petition on China workers' rights

Built to spill: 15 shocking book confessions

Newsweek: Netanyahu takes page from the Bush book

Report says doctors helped refine harsh methods

Analysis: Election fears, deficit stymie Democrats

Some states chafe at Pentagon control in disasters

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  Oil spill science left behind

Oil industry expert Robert Cavnar talks with Rachel Madddow about the lack of any technological advancements in oil spill response even as advances in deep well drilling excelled.

  Is Giuliani considering another presidential run?

Rapid: An Ed Show panel talks about the top political stories of the day, including Rudy Giuliani’s appearance in New Hampshire, during which he bashed President Barack Obama and failed to rule out a presidential run.

  Burger crowned world’s largest

In Sydney, Australia, a 178-pound burger was recognized as an amazing feat.

  What should Obama's oil spill response be?

With Mort Zuckerman, the Morning Joe panel discusses what actions should be taken next by the White House, including making the connection between the oil spill and alternative energy.

  Bush defends waterboarding

Rapid: During a speech in Michigan, former President George W. Bush said if he had to do it over again, he would still waterboard alleged Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed. An Ed Show panel debates.

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