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Bernie Sanders launches fillibuster.
Anonymous group swells in number. Hackers unhappy.
James Moody died.
Life magazine presents it's round up of 105 best photographs.
Barbara Walters's most fascinating people, Twitter stats, Liu Xiaobo and more in the morning roundup
Morning links. December 9, 2010.
She & Him take to Conan last night for some good ol' music.
Google Zeitgeist launches a video to wrap up what the world searched for.
Brenda Starr is leaving the comic world.
NYT creates 14 moving portraits.
The DREAM Act passed the House, but advocates are unsure that Senate members will gather the 60 votes needed to push the bill through to further Senate procedures later today. Why do you support passage or failure of the DREAM Act?
Morning news to know.
Jim Morrison will be pardoned by Florida governor Charlie Crist. We look back on other musical pardons.
Lisa Adams, a cancer survivor, talks about her reaction to Elizabeth Edwards death.
Derrick Burts, HIV-positve porn actor, calls for condom use in industry.
(Carol Guzy/The Washington Post) Just when you thought the cartoon craze was dying out, news streams all over Facebook have another mystery: "#4 You broke my heart. To this day I still think about you." "#51.2 You always make me...
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sits on the pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. (Scott Audette/Reuters) SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket into space at 10:43 a.m. The shuttle is planned to circle Earth twice, reenter...
A woman wears a badge asking for the release of Liu Xiaobao outside the legislative council in Hong Kong before heading to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images) Morning news to know: NASA NASA sold computers...
Hackers supposedly have brought Mastercard.com down as a retaliation for Julian Assange's arrest.
Rolling Stone published never-before-heard tapes of John Lennon.
Elizabeth Edwards dies from cancer at the age of 61.
Captain Awesome, formerly known as Douglas Allen Smith Jr., with his identification card in Eugene, Ore. (Brian Davies/AP) Three weird and wonderful things to top off the day: My name is Awesome too. An Oregon man has changed his name...
State Department announces World Press Freedom Day. Awkward timing.
Google e-books hat tips Twitter and Herman Melville with their 404 page.
Suggested Mongolian cover lines for new Cosmo provided by Tweets and Stephen Colbert.
Who is Julian Assange?
Morning link love.
December 7, 1941 -- A Day that will live in infamy
Panda researchers dress like pandas to protect a baby panda from identifying with humans.
WikiLeaks wonders if Twitter is censoring it.
Plans to give the investors of a Noah's ark theme park government discounts, kicks off a church vs. state debate.
Morning link love about hot air balloon crashes and John Boehner taking the House.
Grace Potter On Sunday night, the U.S. troops at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego were honored with "VH1 Divas Salute the Troops." It brought a mishmash of D-list celebrities and over-the-top music performances. Some of the...
The Facebook profile page gets a major redesign.