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On Tuesday, National Public Radio CEO Vivian Schiller lost her job, thanks to the antics of conservative trickster James O'Keefe. O'Keefe, you may remember, is the guy who tried (unsuccessfully) to lure a CNN reporter onto a boat under false pretenses, so he could record a seduction scene.

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Diane Rehm speaks out on NPR controversyupdated: Sun Mar 13 2011 14:03:00

CNN's John King talks to NPR correspondent Diane Rehm about comments made by former NPR executive Ron Schiller.

Woman who stopped CNN 'punk' plan says O'Keefe claims untrueupdated: Tue Oct 05 2010 15:03:00

The woman who stopped a plot by conservative activist James O'Keefe to embarrass a CNN reporter said O'Keefe's latest statement on the matter is "clearly not true."

CNN reporter target of a failed 'punk'updated: Tue Oct 05 2010 15:03:00

Abbie Boudreau talks about almost being pranked while shooting "Right on the Edge," which debuts Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. ET.

Activist says CNN 'punk' plan was never going forwardupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 22:02:00

(CNN) -- The conservative activist behind a sexually charged attempt to "punk" a CNN correspondent said Monday the plan was meant as satire and "was never going to be implemented as written."

Fake pimp from ACORN videos tries to 'punk' CNN correspondentupdated: Sat Oct 02 2010 21:15:00

A conservative activist known for making undercover videos plotted to embarrass a CNN correspondent by recording a meeting on hidden cameras aboard a floating "palace of pleasure" and making sexually suggestive comments, e-mails and a planning document show.

Internet gives conservatives a stronger voiceupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 09:40:00

It was the fall of 1995, and there was open warfare in Washington over the Republicans' Contract with America.

Videographer, three others get probation in Senate office incidentupdated: Wed May 26 2010 22:13:00

Conservative videographer James O'Keefe and three co-defendants pleaded guilty Wednesday to entering federal property under false pretenses for a January incident in which they tried to tamper with the phone system in the New Orleans office of Sen. Mary Landrieu.

Weight loss may reverse artery clogging, study suggestsupdated: Tue Mar 09 2010 14:25:00

Eating the wrong food and gaining too much weight can clog arteries with fatty deposits, potentially leading to life-threatening heart attacks and strokes.

Activist proclaims innocence in Landrieu Senate office incidentupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 13:28:00

Conservative activist James O'Keefe said Friday that the government had "confirmed" that he did not try to wiretap or bug the office of Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana.

Intriguing people for January 27, 2010updated: Wed Jan 27 2010 08:41:00

Steve Jobs The state of the union is ... digital. Apple is expected to release a wireless, multimedia touch-screen device Wednesday at an invitation-only event in San Francisco, California, according to blogs and news reports.

4 charged in U.S. Senate office infiltration in New Orleansupdated: Tue Jan 26 2010 20:11:00

A conservative activist who made undercover videos of the liberal community-organizing group ACORN was one of four men charged Tuesday with attempting to illegally access and manipulate the phone system in a district office of U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana.

How fish oil supports heart healthupdated: Thu Oct 15 2009 23:14:00

When it comes to heart health, there is one fat that won't work against you -- fish oil.

ACORN workers caught on tape allegedly advising on prostitutionupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 10:21:00

Two employees at the Baltimore, Maryland, branch of the liberal community organizing group ACORN were caught on tape allegedly offering advice to a pair posing as a pimp and prostitute on setting up a prostitution ring and evading the IRS.

Kids need more vitamin Dupdated: Wed Dec 10 2008 12:13:00

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on new recommendations that say kids should double the amount of vitamin D they get.

Vitamin D may be essential for heart healthupdated: Wed Dec 10 2008 12:13:00

Want to avoid a heart attack or stroke? In addition to well-known risk factors like diet and exercise, you may want to keep an eye on your vitamin D levels too.

The cholesterol-inflammation connectionupdated: Fri Oct 17 2008 14:25:00

Cholesterol has long been seen as the key culprit in cardiovascular disease. But nearly half of all heart attacks occur in people with normal cholesterol levels, which suggests that another factor is at work.

Time.com: One Meal to Good (or Bad) Healthupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 11:00:00

Everyone knows a good diet is important for long-term well-being. But a new study shows that it's also crucial for good health today

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