The Washington Post Afternoon Edition: Today's Most Read Articles: (1) Rubicon: A river in Wisconsin

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1) Rubicon: A river in Wisconsin

Gov. Walker is about to show what fiscal seriousness really looks like.

2) Mike Huckabee, gay-marriage defender

The Republican didn't mean to but he offered a good rationale for same-sex marriage.

3) Gingrich: If it comes to a shutdown, the GOP should stick to its principles

argues the '95 shutdown helped America - and the GOP.

4) And the Oscar for most historically inaccurate film goes to . . . all of them!

"The King's Speech" might take home the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday, but judging from the criticisms it's receiving, it won't win any awards for historical accuracy.

5) Scott Walker's unprincipled rigidity

"He's not one of us." That phrase, uttered in the fourth minute of what Scott Walker believed to be a private phone conversation, tells you everything you need to know about the rookie governor of Wisconsin. Walker thought he was talking to a patron, conservative billionaire David Koch, but thank...

6) Amid the Mideast protests, where is Saudi Arabia?

In the Mideast opera, the fat lady hasn't sung -- but that may be about to change.

7) It's time to get tough with Libya

The U.S. and other nations have more options than Obama seems to think.

8) Gay marriage and Obama's end run around democracy

Obama's end run on the Defense of Marriage Act leaves it up to the House.

9) How not to promote democracy in Egypt

The U.S. can foster freedom in the Mideast -- but not if it tries to also pick sides.

10) NFL owners should open their books to players

The best way to avoid a lockout starts with some financial candor from the owners.


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