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Today on the Menu: Politico’s Michael Calderone on Sen. Kennedy’s Death – No One Can Replace Him

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Today’s news will be flooded with reports on Senator Edward Kennedy‘s life, legacy and death. He died late Tuesday night of brain cancer, at 77, leaving a huge hole in the US Senate. His legislation over the years has helped guide America’s health and aid initiatives, and as Politico writer Michael Calderone told us, there’s no current senator (that comes to mind) who can replace the “Liberal Lion.”

In other news, Sony launched their e-book reader yesterday, which will retail for $399 and has a touch screen. And Arianna Huffington got the fluffiest fluff piece of all time from MarketWatch’s Jon Friedman.

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