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Read this: Haiti earthquake logistics, 'Tonight Show' news, wit and wisdom from Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin in a scene from "It's Complicated." (Melinda Sue Gordon)

Good afternoon, everyone. Haiti coverage continues today with two thoughtful Paul Farhi pieces: One on the sheer logistical nightmare of getting photographers and reporters on the ground in Port-au-Prince, and another on the world of backlash to anti-Haiti comments made by Rush Limbaugh and Pat Robertson after the earthquake struck.

If you need a few moments' respite from the heartbreak, here's what's going on in the rest of the world:

  • "Jay Leno is set to return to 'The Tonight Show,' unless Conan O'Brien has a last-minute change of heart about hosting the show in a later time period." Lisa de Moraes reports; O'Brien fans everywhere wait for answers.

  • Ann Hornaday profiles Alec Baldwin, and really, there is no reason why you shouldn't read every word of it right this second.

  • Hornaday also presents a look at this year's awards-season battle between unlikely foes: "The Hurt Locker" and "Avatar."

  • Jessica Dawson explores a new art world trend: "Artists and developers link arms to throw art shows in unsold, high-design 2BR/2BAs along U Street and up 14th."

  • Phew! "On Thursday morning," Dan Zak writes, "the Doomsday Clock was set back one minute, from 11:55 to 11:54, reversing a precipitous slide toward midnight, the zero hour, ultimate self-destruction."

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