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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Thursday's Daily Brief: 'Sesame Street' Torture Report, Citizens United Attacked, Seattle Gunman Dead, Plus Sheryl Sandberg, Rev. Al Sharpton, Lee Woodruff

Thursday, May 31, 2012
Stevens Challeges The Court To Clarify Citizens United
Obama Campaign Slams Romney's Massachusetts Record In Web Video
Police: Seattle Gunman Shot, Killed Himself
World's Air Hits 'Troubling Milestone'
CNN Crisis Worsens
Sheryl Sandberg: A New Metaphor for Your Career
A career is no longer like a ladder; it's like a jungle gym. For your career, look for opportunities, look for growth, look for impact, look for a mission. Move sideways, move down, move on, move off.
Phil Donahue: One of Nature's Most Fascinating Dramas
My brain caught fire the moment I first saw a Purple Martin, fluttering like a humming bird, diving like an osprey and performing eye-popping aerial maneuvers beyond the imagination of the world's best ballet dancers. What in the world are they doing up there?
Lee Woodruff: Do Judge A Book By Its Cover
This is the era of Facebook and Match.com. We can go right to the visual and decide if we want to fondle the goods or click on by. The cover of a book is the eye candy for the IQ inside. It's the hooked worm on the bobber.
Rev. Al Sharpton: Don't Let Them Purge You
As the nation continues to diversify, and the GOP continues to fail to appeal to racial minorities and young people, they have resorted to their next best option: calculated efforts to block the vote. It's our job to ensure that they don't succeed.
Kenny Loggins: The Revolution Will Be On Facebook
Music kept us strong through personal adversities, and we even used music at the funerals of our loved ones, too many now to mention. I myself heard "Celebrate Me Home" at my own brother's funeral; a moment I never could have anticipated nor will ever forget.

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