This week, in the run-up to Saturday's rally, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart has been taping its shows in Washington. President Obama was among the guests. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Before Stewart's 'Sanity' Rally, A Great Debate

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Democrats Hope To Benefit From Stewart's Rally

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Fox News Gives Juan Williams $2 Million Contract

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NPR Dismisses News Analyst Juan Williams

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Animosity Toward Press Flares Up On Campaign Trail

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What's The Point Of Journalism School, Anyway?

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How The L.A. Times Broke The Bell Corruption Story

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Facebook's $100 Million Gift Precedes Movie Release

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Stewart, Colbert To Host Dueling Rallies In D.C.

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ABC News Chief Quits

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The Saudi Prince, The Mosque And Fox News

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