5-23-2010 The Weekend In Review

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Busted!
Tabloid sting! Fergie’s [up to no good](http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/24/world/europe/24britain.html?hp)!

The U.S. was incredibly underprepared for an oil spill, as the embarrassingly slow response to the Gulf spill shows

…Maybe Kevin Costner will help the U.S. government out…

…But either way, new offshore drilling permits are still being granted.

Bill Clinton’s fender-bender can’t keep him from delivering wise words to Yalies.

Jobs! Jobs! Need ’em? The White House has got ’em…if you’re Joe Sestak.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the Shanghai Expo.

It was North Korea.

Will he be named Dalí?: a torro is cloned.

Barack Obama updates his Facebook.

FEATURED ARTICLE:

John Hellemann psychoanalyzes Barack Obama’s relationship with Wall Street.

ON THIS DAY:

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"My grandfather's great. He's a great-grandfather"
March 21, 1965: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. leads his third civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.

Pocahontas died on March 21, 1617 in England.

Chico Marx was born on March 22, 1887, Pat Robertson was born on March 22, 1930, and Senator Orrin Hatch was born on March 22, 1934.

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