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President Obama is sounding the battle cries against the only product America can still claim to manufacture domestically: income disparity.

The prodigal basketball son returns from North Korea. Dennis Rodman is back on U.S. soil, but it sounds like he may be nostalgic for his stay in Kim Jong Un's territory.

Plus: How new is Colorado's marijuana industry? Jon Stewart says it blossomed long before smoking bud became legal (and cheap) at the start of the new year.

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