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Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones have been working independently to make Bill Clinton's life miserable for years, and now the two scandal magnets have come together to put out a series of videos -- for a fee, of course. The Guardian chronicles some of the numerous ways the two have profited from their alleged relationships with the former president.

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This has been described as the YouTube election, so it seems only fitting to get YouTube's take on how the candidates have fared in the realm of viral videos. For all the fuss, it turns out some of the less fortunate candidates were the most industrious new media campaigners.

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PoliticsTV has assembled the 10 most noteworthy videos from the campaign so far. So relive the memories as Obama gets inspirational, Hillary gets personal and Tancredo just gets weird.

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The Pentagon has grown concerned as more and more service members send personal combat videos -- some set to music -- to websites such as Youtube and Myspace. The military has no official policy on the practice, but rumors abound of behind-the-scenes pressure to limit the flow of footage out of Iraq.

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Newly released photos and videos of inhumane conditions at Abu Ghraib have again shone a spotlight on America's treatment of its prisoners Read the sworn statements by prisoners at Abu Ghraib, obtained and translated by the Washington Post in 2004 at the height of the prison abuse scandal Excerpt: "As soon as we arrived, they put sandbags over our heads and they kept beating us And every single night this military guy comes over and beat us and handcuffed us until the end of his shift".

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