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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says the proposed fee on big banks was designed to repay the American taxpayer. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Geithner Defends Wall Street Tax, Rescue Of AIG

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Daisey's breakthrough work 21 Dog Years also weaved details from life with historical fact, tracing the dotcom boom through his years working at Amazon.com. Stan Barouh hide caption

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'Cult' Hero Mike Daisey: When The Dollar Is Almighty

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A young girl, whose nose and cheeks were shattered in the earthquake, holds her head at the main hospital in downtown Port-au-Prince. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Aid Begins To Work Its Way Into Haiti

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A small group of parishioners holds a prayer service for earthquake victims at the Notre Dame d'Haiti Catholic Church in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami on Wednesday. Angel Valentin/Getty Images hide caption

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Miami's 'Little Haiti' Neighborhood Waits For News

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John Heilemann (left) is a writer for New York magazine. Mark Halperin is editor-at-large and senior political analyst for Time magazine. hide caption

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'Game Change' Authors Say No Need To Name Sources

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