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Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY)
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Rep. Anthony Weiner Admits to Twitter Photo Scandal, Will Not Resign [VIDEO]

A tearful Anthony Weiner held a press conference Monday afternoon in New York to address rumors that he had sent a revealing photo of himself to a young woman on his Twitter account.

The disgraced congressman, who previously told reporters that his Twitter had been hacked, admitted he had accidentally sent the photo, adding he was "deeply sorry" and that he takes "full responsibility" for his actions.

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Tweets-Apps=Brain Drain?

They're part of the digital revolution, but could they be draining your brain?

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Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks to supporters of Republican John Raese during a rally for his U.S. Senate campaign October 30, 2010 in Charleston, West Virginia
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Best of the #BlamePalin Tweets

The Arizona shootings have ignited a national discussion about whether an inflammatory image on Sarah Palin's website inspired killer Jared Lee Loughner. There's no evidence that supports the allegation, but the Twittersphere decided to make Palin the scapegoat for just about everything else and the hashtag #blamepalin was everywhere.

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