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April 18: Nightly News Monday broadcast

  Tornado outbreak leaves trail of destruction; Storm survivor: 'It was madness'; A year after the BP oil spill, damage still adding up; Fishing for answers along the Gulf Coast; Presidents pay taxes, too; Publisher reviewing 'Three Cups of Tea' contents; What lies beneath: Oil still lurks under surfa

Huckabee is high in polls, but on fence for '12

Republican Mike Huckabee is riding high in the polls, but he could be running out of time to make up his mind on a run for his party's 2012 U.S. presidential nomination. Full story

Obama, unplugged: 'Where's the fancy buttons?'

  Evidently frustrated by the low-tech realities of the White House, President Obama was overheard complaining about being "30 years behind" when it comes to technology: "Come on, guys, I'm the President of the United States!." NBC's Brian Williams reports.

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  Rep. Hoyer discusses budget impasse

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., tells NBC’s David Gregory that Democrats have “come 70 percent of the way towards what the Republican position was on cutting spending.”

  New biopic on Palin set to air

Sideshow: Although the ex-governor did not participate in E’s production, a new True Hollywood Story is set to air on April 24.

  McConnell: Obama must lead on entitlement reform

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) talks with the Morning Joe panel about recent comments made by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) that the Bush-era tax cuts need to be taken into consideration when talking about balancing the budget.

  Obama being too quiet on Wis. standoff?

Haley Barbour, Emanuel Cleaver, Lawrence O'Donnell, Richard Trumka and Kim Strassel join David Gregory to discuss the standoff in the state capital.

  Leadership beyond borders

Daily Rant: Author and political analyst Keli Goff talks about how Americans need to start looking beyond our own borders.

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