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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Rainn Wilson
On the debut episode of "Smart Girls at the Party," Amy Poehler sits in a dark studio and solemnly introduces her first guest as a "singer, actor, dancer, musician, feminist, entrepreneur and skateboarder."
With Steve Carell leaving, "The Office" needs a new boss. The List looks at possible candidates.
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Actor Rainn Wilson of "The Office" had countersued a Portland company in a website development dispute.
(He promises it's uplifting.)
"We want to engage users creatively, uplift the conversation, dig into life's big questions and kind of make thinking and feeling cool and fun and irreverent at the same time," says Wilson.