Thursday, October 13, 2011

Thursday's Daily Brief

Thursday, October 13, 2011
Arianna Huffington: Time for the next round of HuffPost's 2011 Game Changers -- the innovators, mavericks, visionaries, and leaders who are changing the way we look at the world and the way we live in it. Today we are announcing the top Game Changers in three more categories: World, Impact/Education, and Healthy Living. Look over the slideshows we've put together giving you the rundown of who we picked, why we picked them, and how they are changing the game. Then vote for the Ultimate Game Changer in each category. Click here to vote for the Ultimate Game Changer in World, here for the Ultimate Game Changer in Impact/Education, and here for the Ultimate Game Changer in Healthy Living.
Herman Cain Leads In One New Poll, Trails In Another [UPDATED]
Scott Brown Allegedly Plagiarized Elizabeth Dole Speech
Shooting At Seal Beach: 8 Confirmed Dead, 1 Critically Wounded
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Bob Cesca: Senate Republicans Successfully Filibuster American Jobs
When I heard President Obama announce The American Jobs Act, I mistakenly thought the Republicans wouldn't dare vote against "American jobs."
Joy Behar: In Defense of Hank Williams, Jr.
In defending Hank Williams' right to speak his mind, I must also defend ESPN's right to part company with him. ESPN is a business and businesses have the right to fire employees.
Lisa Ling: Being Active About Your Health Is a Year-Round Priority
Women need to take a more proactive approach to their health. It sounds so simple, but it's something a lot of women don't do. Maybe you don't have the time, you're not sure what to do, or you're uncomfortable talking about it. But we need to make our health a priority.
David Katz, M.D.: Is It Time To Stop Taking A Multivitamin?
A multivitamin is very, very unlikely to kill anyone. If there is risk attached to the use of such supplements, it is very small. But there may be some risk -- and there is no reliable indication of benefit.
Leila Khalil: How Technology Has Revolutionized The Big Day (And Beyond)
Over the years, the way a bride accomplishes all of her tasks has evolved, and today she has unlimited access to ideas and resources thanks to new technology platforms that are making weddings easier to plan.

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