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An assortment of stories from the PMT team...
• A "Secession Ball" in South Carolina "drew protesters along with ballroom dancers in the latest episode of America's festering conflict over race and the history of the Civil War." (From Maria Spinella)
• Larry David, of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," writes in the New York Times about his tax cut enthusiasm. (From Steve Krakauer)
• Vince Cable, England's Business Secretary, has "declared war" on Rupert Murdoch – Piers asks "what more does Vince Cable have to do to get fired." (From SK)
• Is "Sarah Palin's Alaska" headed for a second season? (From SK)
In the British parliament, legislators engage in "Question Time" – a chance to get any and all questions answered.
In our "Your Question Time" web series, we'll ask Piers Morgan the questions you want answered. Today: responding to Madonna, and where he'd be without Simon Cowell. FULL POST
Each day, we here at Piers Morgan Tonight will put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For December 21, 2010, the U.S. Census results, Net Neutrality vote and a Spider-Man injury. FULL POST