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Video- The Daily Show: 60 Minutes- Meh Culpa

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CNN Poll- Public Sees No Benghazi Cover Up

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Honestly, the public is starting to sound sane lately! Has Fox lost it's reach?

On Libya, 54% of the country is dissatisfied with the administration's response to the Benghazi attack, with only four in ten saying they're satisfied with the way the White House handled the matter.

"But that dissatisfaction is not because Americans see a cover-up," said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Only 40% believe that the inaccurate statements that administration officials initially made about the Benghazi attack were an attempt to deliberately mislead the public. Fifty-four percent think those inaccurate statements reflected what the White House believed to be true at the time."

Nearly half of those questioned (48%) say that the U.S. could have prevented the attack on its consulate in Benghazi, with 42% saying the U.S. could not have prevented the attack.

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Video- The Daily Show: The Democratic National Convention

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VIDEO: Florida judge sets bond at $1 million for Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman

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FYI, from MSNBC:

A Florida judge granted bond Thursday for George Zimmerman, the man who shot and killed teenager Trayvon Martin. It’s the second time Zimmerman has been given bail ahead of his trial.

Judge Kenneth Lester set bond at $1 million, but Zimmerman will only need to come up with 10 percent, with the rest provided by a bail bondsman, NBC News reported.

Zimmerman, 28, has been in jail since last month, when prosecutors told the judge that Zimmerman hid from the court the fact that he raised $135,000 in online donations. Lester then revoked the $150,000 bail he had granted Zimmerman on April 20.

UPDATE:

(CNN) -- But an even bigger challenge is finding a bail bond company that will work with the family on the requirement of $1 million in collateral, defense attorney Mark O'Mara said later Thursday. The family does "not have anywhere near" the collateral amount, according to the attorney.

"We are encouraged we can work this out," O'Mara said in a statement.

Donations to Zimmerman's legal defense fund have dropped significantly while Zimmerman has been jailed, O'Mara said. [...]

The fund has a $211,000 balance, but has $40,000 in payables for defense expenses.

UPDATE: Judge: Zimmerman was going to jump bail with other people’s money... Judge: “Trayvon Martin is the only male whose youth is relevant to this case."

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