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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kym Johnson
Viewers were incensed Sunday night when NBC cut away from the Olympics' conclusion to air a sitcom featuring a monkey.
Mark Haines, co-anchor of CNBC's morning "Squawk on the Street" show, died unexpectedly on Tuesday evening, the network said. He was 65.
Hines Ward added a disco-ball trophy to his Super Bowl shelf Tuesday night after he samba-ed his way to the "Dancing With the Stars" championship.
Kirstie Alley, Ralph Macchio, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward have cha-cha'd, tangoed, waltzed and jived their way through 10 weeks of competition on "Dancing With the Stars," but one of them will fall short of the finals.
Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward was perfect during the "Dancing With the Stars" semifinals, but actress Chelsea Kane boosted her score with bonus points.
A trip to next month's "Dancing With the Stars" finale is worth more than $10,000.
The pair were eliminated Tuesday, but he said he "loved" participating.
"It could have been really bad," Johnson said. "I feel so blessed and lucky to be OK. I didn't really want to dance tonight."