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How radical Islamists spread their messages; Red News/Blue News: is the ISIS "threat to the homeland" overblown? Hollywood reacts to Joan Rivers' hospitalization.

August 5th, 2012
11:20 AM ET

NBC'S Olympic belly-flop

Howard Kurtz talks about Twitter's relationship with NBC and the complications it brings.

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