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Gadgets to add to your Black Friday shopping list | The Washington Post. Afternoon Edition - Most Read articles

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Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1) Gadgets to add to your Black Friday shopping list The Washington Post's consumer technology expert tells you nine things to add to your wishlist - and one that's a waste of money. 2) One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012 President Obama must decide now how he wants to govern in the two years leading up to the 2012 presidential election. 3) Prince George's residents take arrest of county executive Johnson personally Given that Prince George's County residents had largely said their goodbyes to Jack B. Johnson, whose eight years as county executive end in three weeks, news of his arrest on criminal charges might have been shrugged off as yesterday's news. 4) Petraeus warns Afghans about Karzai's criticism of U.S. war strategy KABUL - Gen. David H. Petraeus, the coalition military commander in Afghanistan, warned Afghan officials Sunday that Presid

The Wasington Post: Today's Most Read Articles

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 Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1)   Gauging the scope of the tea party movement in America In an unruly, unpredictable and chaotic election year, no group has asserted its presence and demanded to be heard more forcefully than the tea party. The grass-roots movement that was spawned with a rant has gone on to upend the existing political order, reshaping the debate in Washington, defea... 2 ) Just who does Jon Stewart think he is? These days, he can claim to be many things: political satirist, pseudo-anchorman, media critic, author, successful businessman, philanthropist, Emmy Award magnet. On Monday he arrives in Washington in a new, self-anointed role: as our national voice of reason, moderation and rationality -- a unit... 3) Election Day could bring historic split: Democrats lose House, keep Senate The question around Washington today is not whether Nov. 2 will be a difficult day for the Democrats who control Congress, but rather how bad it will be

The Washington Post : Aftyernoon Edition : Most viewed Articles. Sep 10th., 2010

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Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1) Obama to award living soldier the Medal of Honor Sgt. Salvatore Giunta will be the first living person awarded the Medal of Honor since Vietnam. 2) Nine years after 9/11, it's time to stop helping bin Laden The attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, succeeded far beyond anything Osama bin Laden could possibly have envisioned. This is not just because they resulted in nearly 3,000 deaths, nor only because they struck at the heart of American financial and military power. Those outcomes were only the bait it wou... 3) Your move, Mr. Abbas The Palestinian president knows very well how to undermine peace talks. 4) Obama to name Goolsbee to head economic council President Obama on Friday named economist Austan Goolsbee to head the Council of Economic Advisers and urged quick passage by the Senate of his package of small-business incentives. 5) Florida pastor says he's reconsidering plan to burn Korans President Obama on Frid

The Washington Post : Afternoon Edition : Most viwed Articles on Washington Post . Com. August 27., 2010

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 Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1) The last refuge of a liberal The only hope for liberals is to play the race card. 2) It's still King's moment Glenn Beck cannot diminish Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream. 3) Google continues the assault on the price of a phone call What's a phone call worth these days? A Verizon phone booth in a Metro station suggests one answer: 50 cents. Another comes from Verizon's cheapest landline service option, which charges 10.2 cents a call. If you use a cellphone or subscribe to a voice-over-Internet-Protocol calling plan, the num... 4) Iowa foes of same-sex marriage seek to oust judges who legalized it Opponents of same-sex marriage are seeking retribution against three justices on the Iowa Supreme Court, which legalized same-sex unions in the state last year. 5) In a city ambivalent about fashion, Web site recruits style mavens to connect with the masses Style for Hire is a new online agency aiming to