A fireworks factory in Colombia goes out with a bang, and Taiwanese news gets graphic.
China finds a way to reduce the air pollution in Beijing in preparation for the APEC summit.
Citing terrorism concerns, Michael Bloomberg seeks a ban on the sale of sparklers.
India bans Diwali festival fireworks, and Sonia Sotomayor suggests female careers on Sesame Street.
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When it comes to celebrating the Fourth of July, Stephen does not hold back.
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A flotilla of boats and miserable weather conditions marked the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Colbert Super PAC already raised somewhere between $100 to infinite dollars.
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America's patriotic traditions are under attack from the usual lefty, pinko nanny state: Texas.
Jon checks with Nouriel Roubini to see if unemployment benefits stimulate the economy and create jobs.
Larry the Cable Guy and Hillary Clinton stood next to each other for a couple of minutes.
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