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Japanese Protest U.S. Base

 Ahead of President Obama's first visit to Japan, protesters demonstrated their anger over a new American military base in Okinawa. Former CNN International Senior Correspondent, Walter Rodgers explains why their boisterous demands may fall on deaf ears. Rodgers details previous military agreements made by both the US and Japan.

Then see the fashion faux pas that landed three Czech soldiers serving in Afghanistan as NATO troops in big trouble! And it's the battle between two beasts over free news content on the internet. Will Google bow down to Rupert Murdoch's demands? Peter Scheer from TruthDig.com shares his thoughts.

Plus, the queen of talk shows squares off with the Mutual of Omaha? Let's just say Oprah has her own "Aha Moment." And it's a website designed for the filthy rich. Alyona exposes the web address and the unbelievable price tags! Then "Call of Duty" sets record sales and sparks controversy over the video game designers’ decision to portray Russians as the enemy.

And could the price of gold set off another terrorist attack in the US? Gerald Celente from The Trends Research Institute explains why it could happen sooner than you think.